You’re not meant to select 2160p or 4K as the resolution. Instead you should set 1080p and enable Adjust Refresh Rate for the best experience. This will then automatically switch to 4K or HDR when necessary.
It hink what same mentioned is that your Display does not announce anything higher than full HD resolution.
I think before the latest update, the user could define the resolution manually. Looks like this was the case there, only the last update makes a better job at adapting it to what the TV/Screen claims it can support, to the source. If the TV says it can only handle 1080p24Hz max - that’s what the Vero will send in.
Sam - I bet you will have to provide kind of amanual override in a next update.
I think this should be done through an advancedsettings.xml or using manual override file for the Display capabilities at users responsibility. If they break the display, it’s their fault…
I remember back in time where we had to make complex math to configure our cathodic monitors to run with linux X-Windows server. One mistake, and they went boom … Luckily with new screens, this won’t happen