So, you’re saying that with “Also allow resolution switch” disabled, the Vero 4k didn’t switch to 2160p at all? And as soon as you enabled “Also allow resolution switch”, it worked?
That shouldn’t happen… “Also allow resolution switch” is a setting to allow the Vero 4k to output resolutions less than 1080p as close to source as possible. It shouldn’t alter the 2160p output behaviour when it’s disabled and neither when it’s enabled.
I know… Sorry for the confusion. I meant that the whole patch has just been implemented to allow switching to resolutions other than 1080p and 2160p (right?).
And as that is not working with all resolutions desired yet, there wouldn’t be any harm in reverting the patch and keeping it in testing for the time being (until we can get 480p/576p working, too and to prevent it from breaking 2160p playback for others).
I’ve understood that Isn’t my understanding correct though that the patch was only introduced to make resolution downgrading possible? And therefore, as the video modes of 480p and 576p are not working yet, do I understand correctly, that the patch isn’t necessary until the requested resolution downgrading over in the other thread is working as desired?
Sorry, I may be unclear because English is not my mother tongue Just wanted to make the point that the patch can wait to be brought back until the resolution downgrading is working.
That might be. Maybe I wasn’t clear over there at the beginning either. I was hoping for all resolutions supported to be put out natively (480p as 480p, 576p as 576p, 720p as 720p and of course 1080p and 2160p as before)… Thought others in the thread over there want(ed) the same.
But were going in circles, I think Will wait for something new on this over in the request thread…