Ah, yes.. there was something ...More specifically, media app. Still not got DV for uhd's.
The picture looks great, but the lag is really awful. Made this experience with the Mafia Remake. Once the xbox had this update, the visual were even better but it wasn't playable and mafia is already not a really fast shooter.This is what I was wondering.
How is the input lag in Dolby Vision for gaming with Sony TV's?
Correct. The general consensus is that UHD discs will be the last generation of physical media (ever) before the studios switch to all streaming. Which sucks because the bandwidth isn’t there yet to support streaming the way I like it (no artifacting and hearing the full audio track the way the director intended it).It has UHD drive, but doesn't support Dolby Vision playback of UHD disks that support it.
Quickly, write an email for MS, they must know this...Do you not understand how the xsx hz setting works? It's system wide, so even if a game is 30fps, the TV will still receive a 120hz signal.
Being at the native hz for the tv produces the absolute lowest input lag possible, even allowing the use of non-game modes without much problems.
At other hz settings, like 60, the input lag rises sharply outside of game modes.
Many tvs don't have a game mode for dolby vision, so no it's not a "great feature to enjoy 60fps gaming" when your experience is literally worsened by much higher input lag.
90ms... no thanks.
With DV movies they are specifically graded on a per-scene basis.
Most TV's will give you 2 options for DV, DV bright and DV dark. I don't know of any TV's that have a specific DV game mode.
Just calibrate the tv settings to your liking. Normally you have more that one type of settings for dv to begin with.I hope this works out. I know that Dolby Vision is supposed to look better and all, but on my TV it just takes it to a darkness level that is just too much for me, no matter how "realistic" the tones are.
I'm sure they do know, it's on the TV makers now to push down the latency response when Dolby Vision is used for a games console. They'll get there eventually, HDR used to add a lot of latency before pretty much most current models reduced that.Quickly, write an email for MS, they must know this.
It was only dolby vision playback for movies. Now it is also available for games.
Looks great but my x900h does not support a game-mode with Dolby vision enabled. Latencies are much to high to play with it. Had to disable Dolby vision on my xbox because of that. Well I don't have a BR with dolby vision so this shouldn't be a problem. But I really want that update, but I guess sony won't add such a mode as the PS5 does not support dolby vision.
Did you mean to reply to me? I agree with both things but I don't understand whats thats to do with what I wrote. Not trying to be a nobber, I just don't understand.
there doesn't need to be anything past UHD, 8k is too fine to notice much difference unless you have a huge screen, which will never be mass-market priced.. There's a market for UHD, like there is for vinyl. - for specialty labels - Arrow, Vinegar Syndrome etc. - there are enthusiasts who will pay.Correct. The general consensus is that UHD discs will be the last generation of physical media (ever) before the studios switch to all streaming. Which sucks because the bandwidth isn’t there yet to support streaming the way I like it (no artifacting and hearing the full audio track the way the director intended it).
Let's be honest, it's not the first time we've heard this, before you know it there's going to be 110''+ at consumer level and 4k will be struggling and movie studios will start pushing 8k upscales of their 2k Digital Masters.there doesn't need to be anything past UHD, 8k is too fine to notice much difference unless you have a huge screen,
They already do.Pointless unless TVs start supporting dolby vision + game mode
That's where most people consume their media these days, not physical discs.It's nice to have, but it's not as widely used as they make out, mainly streaming services use it.
I know and it's a shame, the difference is staggering.That's where most people consume their media these days, not physical discs.