I got my Vero 4K finally setup yesterday and tried some 4K HDR movies like ‘The Revenant’ and ‘Star Trek: Into Darkness’, everything seemed to be ok as far as I jumped through different scenes.
Then I took a look at BBCs ‘Blue Planet II’. Just at the beginning, when David Attenborough stands on the boat, banding in the Sky is terrible. It´s a 2160p HDR series, and when I play this file directly on my TV (LG 55C7D) everything seems to be fine, no banding visible for me.
I turned on ‘Auto switch HDR’, System Resolution set to 2160p60hz.
I don´t know why this happens, this seems a little bit odd, since the movies i tested were fine.
If someone has this exact series ‘Blue Planet II’, can you test it?
Adjust Refresh Rate is enabled, but why do have I set to 1080p, maybe you can give me some more detailed information here. Therefore I have to ask, somewhere in a review I read that the Vero 4K does Resolution Switch automatically, but as i tried yesterday, when i play 1080p blurays and resolution is set to 2160p, i doesnt switch.
I will set it to 1080p for now, since I want the TV to upscale 1080 content.
I know that it´s not a 100 percent accurate, i did read that in the ‘official’ banding issue thread. Looking forward to get a more stable version soon
How do I enable and disable 10bit manually? It´s not in the menus, right?
I have another issue with my Xbox One remote connected via IR. Since I wanted some buttons to act as I want, I remapped some of these. Volume Up and Down now controls my Cinema-Light in my room (on/off), basically it runs a python script. Everything is working fine as I intended it to be.
But, the strange thing is that only every second press I take on the remote gets recognized by the system. No matter how long i wait between a button press, only every second press is executed. Totally strange. I did install the lircd.conf via the OSMC menu.
Finally, Michael_Gombkoto´s solution in the Xbox Remote Thread did work just fine. I created a new lircmap, and everything seems to be fine, button presses are quite instant and nomore double-presses needed.
Strange, as the new licd is exactly the same as the old one, at least what I read out of the file.
still issues with xbox remote, see this thread: