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sur AVS, Javs a Ă©crit:Originally Posted by curtishd qui a Ă©crit:
I know, but I was just hoping for a leak or two. My request is for Dolby Vision. I know the DV specs can't be achieved (with a projector that isn't laser at least) but it more about support and compatibility.
I'd also like the projector to auto detect HDR and have the ability at the display to turn it off and on but still use the wcg.
Heck while I'm at it include HLG.
This has all been answered,
Read the thread and follow the links posted in the last 10 pages or so... we know everything about these projectors. 10 minutes of your time reading back pages will answer every question you have.
On the 7500 and 9500, Contrast has increased 10k:1 on each model. Lumens increased 100lm on each model.
There is now a gaming low lag mode, which will work in 4K also. Also said to be VERY good for films. So it sounds like motion may possibly be improved with this option on. The only thing that does NOT work in tandem when this option is switch on is CMD.
The MPC algorithms have been totally replaced with updated versions from the development of the Z1, so the upscaling etc is supposed to be sharper and more refined, less artefacts.
There will be no Dolby Vision.
HDR will autodetect and switch modes. No firm word on weather BT2020 will auto-detect yet.
It has HLG.
You will not be able to switch off HDR at the projector and force SDR. That is to say, if you feed the projector an HDR source, you cannot strip the metadata and have it display SDR BT2020 unless you do it the same way we have been currently with previous models, Panasonic / Samsung + HD Fury etc.. So there is no Built In HD Fury Integral in the projector.
End of story. Nothing else.
sur AVS, Hugo S a Ă©crit:
Hi,Originally Posted by Seegs108 qui a Ă©crit:
True, but it could make a very good guess if you were to tell it screen size and gain. Add this function in the menu system. JVC can tell the projector what the relative lumen output is based upon throw, iris position, lamp mode and lamp age based upon their own R&D for each projector model. Obviously these numbers won't be perfect, but they'll be close in a relative sense and that's still quite a bit better than nothing. The projector knows these things due to how they're set in the menu system and could figure the throw based on the lens memory feature they've implemented in these units. Hell, JVC could even add a lux metering device inside the light engine too. JVC could easily guess a nit peak white level this way and auto-implement proper HDR to SDR conversion or even tone map HDR to a lesser-but-still-better-than-SDR version of the HDR movie if it had this information. Essentially it would be HDR tone mapped to the exact capabilities of the projector. This would be what the Lumagen Pro does or will do (not sure if their software is 100% working on this yet).
This may be reason of the addition of the use of a i1Display Pro in the new JVC autocal process, somebody mentioned earlier in this post...
Being able to globalize the autocal process, by precisely measuring on site, the actual reflected light (i1), directly compared to the output luminance measured by a Spyder 5 during an autocal process.
Now that would be something...