found it.fixed Audio setting was set at common.changed it to passback 1 and now all working on atmos.2 more inputs please for Android box and no doubt another gadget.at the Panasonic UB9000,Oppo 203,Pionner BDLX91 and Amazon firestick
The pro works brilliant with the amazon firestick very surprisingfound it.fixed Audio setting was set at common.changed it to passback 1 and now all working on atmos.2 more inputs please for Android box and no doubt another gadget.at the Panasonic UB9000,Oppo 203,Pionner BDLX91 and Amazon firestick
Agreed with kelvin. Mine just passes whatever signal straight through it.That's handy to know im planning on getting a atmos sound bar and connecting it through the pro all my apps Netflix Disney channel iplayer are on the firestick and are connected to the pro playing flawlessly
i agree, some info on what these things did would be really helpful.Updated to the new firmware today - no issues. Played around a bit with the DTM settings. The new Auto setting didn't do much for me in my system... I preferred my custom settings. I am extremely happy with the image overall.
BenQ X12000H 4K Projector
92" Screen Research Clear Pix 4 Screen
Lumagen Radiance Pro.
Oppo 4K DVD
What Id love is some really clear documentation on exactly what the DTM tools are doing under the hood. DynPad, etc. It appears some of these tools are interactive as well. I have had my Lumagen professionally tweaked and the image is amazing. But I like to fiddle and tweak and would love clear documentation on DTM before I start playing around too much.
I am finding the weak point in my system is some extremely rare color blooming in the extremely saturated oranges with the BenQ. The only offending discs I have found are Mad Max fury Road Lightning scene and King Kong sunset scenes. Can dial out the blooming with De Sat on High, DynPad 4 and X set to 26 and max global light of 800. Curious what others are finding with these two discs - particularly King King which is by far the worst offender.
It should be dynamic, giving you the option to try before saving it.Regarding the new auto setting: I assumed it was going to dynamically change on the screen when selected as the other settings do. Changing to Auto does not however sort out these scenes - that said, maybe it requires 'saving' before it switches to auto? I did think it was dynamic and instant tho?
Yes, I believe it is dynamic, but it appears not to fix the scenes in question. Again, some documentation would assist here. Is it dynamically changing the DTM all the time? Or is it only trying to deal with certain scenes???It should be dynamic, giving you the option to try before saving it.
Might be worth contacting [email protected] to give some feedback/ask for clarification on what does what, would certainly be helpful for all users.
I believe they’ve finished their road map with DTM now so I see no reason why they now can’t finalise some documentation on it.
Gordon, do I understand correctly - that the AUTO setting of DTM is adjusting itself on the fly on a frame by frame basis? And breaking down each frame into zones which are individually analysed to come up with a DTM map specific to that frame?it looks at zones in each frame to decide when and if it needs to make any changes to the mapping.
No, that is not what is happening. It is a proprietry system to Lumagen so i think it is unlikely they will divulge exactly what they are doing and how it does what it does.
My understanding is it looks at zones of each frame to make determinations as to scene changes or changes within a scene that warrant an alteration of the mapping.. The zones are doing a sort of scene change detection. You don't want to radically change mapping on a frame by frame basis as that can lead to other artifects. You want to work out when a scene has changed enough to warrant a change.