OSMC announced new Vero4k, opinions?
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(2017-02-26, 18:30)wesk05 Wrote:
(2017-02-26, 15:39)fritsch Wrote: AMLogic is special. It's basically a blackbox. The above quote is for linux and X11.
The output is still limited to 8-bit with LibreELEC on Amlogic S905X (kzsaq build# 8.0.0c 2/23/17). The build seem to pass HDR metadata, but the extended colorimetry flag (Rec.2020) is sent inconsistently, it works only for 4K 60fps content.

This is what kzsaq said:
Quote:There are 2 things that have to be set: "HDR Mode" which is currently an equivalent to "Auto" in my builds and display mode which is handled by Kodi in LE. What needs to be added is Deep Colour mode support detection, Deep Colour switch and proper display mode handling.
https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread-3193-p...l#pid24841

Maybe it will be different on OSMC.

Highly doubtful of if being any different. expect cheap chinese amlogic device performance with same limitations as LE / OE, im not saying thats bad as i personally think LE on amlogic works well and by far one of the best bangs for your buck, beating out PI3 even...
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RE: OSMC announced new Vero4k, opinions? - by dukester - 2017-03-01, 02:52


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