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Does the player support Deep Color? The entire display chain must be HDMI 1. The extra bits color depth available in the HDMI 1.
In an 8-bit system the fractions are truncated, but in the Deep Color mode the fractions are preserved so the data delivered to the display is more accurate. Note Some AVRs and displays give only lip service to 12 bit 4: For example, many so-called Deep Color displays have physical display elements that can only handle up to 10 bits per component.
The video processing engines inside the display feeding those display elements may also only do their math at 10 bits per component or even 8 bits. The result of all of this is that sometimes the only way to know what format is best for the HDMI connection is simply to try them all and see.
A Rant I hope people understand that Deep Color does not mean "deeper color" and that it is of nearly? Deep Color does not make your blacks "blacker" or your reds "redder. Deep Color which ought to be called "greater than 8-bit color" provides a finer gradation of shades between the colors encoded on the disc.
It is conceivable that Deep Color might reduce banding in some images, although I never see banding in real films as opposed to cheaply produced logos and fx screens. Someone could produce a test pattern demonstrating the effect with and without, but I haven't seen one yet.
The sad truth is that Blu-ray and DVD use the same rather limited 8-bit greyscale and color gamut. Rec vs Rec is a very slight standards difference, not a change in gamut. Turning on Deep Color doesn't change that. Both disc formats record their images as 8-bit YCbCr 4: This saves a lot of space and the eye is rather insensitive to color resolution anyway.
Using greater than 8-bit computations when doing Chroma Upsampling to restore full color resolution may do something to preserve a more accurate color image, but it is a very minor effect.
We have not gone through the certification process for the HDMI 1. Yes, as of the firmware January 5, More conveniently there is an onscreen control to shift subtitles interactively: Press and hold the Subtitle button on the remote.
An onscreen widget will appear. Use the up and down arrow keys to position the subtitles where you want them. This works even while playback is paused. Whatever setting you choose is automatically saved in Setup. It does not work for media file subtitles.
Another restriction is that the shift is purely "up" and "down". Sometimes subtitles appear high on the display for example, so as not to obscure onscreen credits and it would be nice if these were shifted down when lower titles were shifted up, but the player does not currently do that.
Note Subtitle shifting is a feature the Constant Image Height users like. It can be used to shift subtitles out of the black bars and onto the image itself.
Anyone using full screen zoom could also benefit. Even though I use a simple flat panel without zoom, I find myself using the feature as well. I like the subtitles as low on the screen as possible.Sep 09, · Mounting the iso file on a virtual clone drive allows the Blu-ray video to be played from the HD without burning to disc.
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