Star Wars 4K77
Posted 20 December 2019 - 01:14 AM
Hmmm...... it's the pixel format. Supported, but not supported....
[ 0.220][v][vd] Pixel formats supported by decoder: yuv422p10le [ 0.220][v][vd] Codec profile: Rext (0x4) [ 0.220][v][vd] Requesting pixfmt 'yuv422p10le' from decoder. [ 0.253][v][vd] Falling back to software decoding. [ 0.253][v][vd] Detected 8 logical cores.
I may have to see what the mpv guys say about that...
Posted 20 December 2019 - 03:53 AM
I'm definitely not a connoisseur, but I'd probably go for the second, mostly cause it seems warmer to me.
That's the VISIONPLUS.
What they say:
FIRST HDR REC. 2020 COMPLIANT 10-bit REAL TRANSFER RELEASES. Let's try to explain what VISIONPLUSHDR-1000 transfers is about. VISIONPLUSHDR-1000 outputs high NITS HDR video with good levels, deep blacks, expanded range and gamut without the needing of an HDR TV Preset to expand video levels. This is the main difference against Dolby Vision or HDR10/1000 video. It also offers higher NITS grading than commercial Dolby Vision HDR , HDR10. VISIONPLUSHDR-1000 also outputs in native full BT. 2020 colorspace instead converting back to DCI-P3 like commercial blu-rays. This shows improved colorspace output. BASICALLY, VISIONPLUSHDR-1000 IS AN UNRESTRICTED HDR MOVIE USING THE SAME STANDARD AS HDR BLU-RAY ( SMPTE PQ ST 2084/2020 HEVC 10-bits video ) VISIONPLUS HDR-1000 Releases are graded at more NITS than commercial Dolby Vision.
Posted 20 December 2019 - 04:41 AM
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