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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 11:26 am 
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Silly me sold the Mac mini in 2011, before moving to Thailand. :bonk: Made no sense, as it could have easily fit to my bag. Brains were busy with other things... I have not used a Mac since then, I use Ubuntu for working and everything else, except when booting to Win 10 to play some games or doing large translation jobs that have to be done using MSWord, which I then rent for a month.

Used different Linux versions for 11 years at work, and have grown to like the idea. The desktop Linux for home users however is not still yet here. I can manage the quirks with the 11 years of experience of Googling help, though.

Edit: What about the one source I posted? It has this:

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Great post. Only minor clarification — HDMI 2.0 can do 4:4:4 with HDR (10/12 bit) as long as it’s 4K 24/30fps.

It’s only with 4K 60fps that you have to choose between 8 bit + 4:4:4 or 10/12 bit + 4:2:2 (with the latter being the correct choice for most content as you’ve explained well).


https://www.reddit.com/r/hometheater/comments/9vqm9t/8bit_at_444_vs_12bit_at_422/

Edit 2: Seems the source I used about RU8000 being a 8 bits + FRC TV was wrong, as Samsung itself advertises 'Dynamic Crystal Colour masters your image using 10-bit processing to help you see extra detail':

https://www.samsung.com/au/tvs/ru8000-global/UA65RU8000WXXY/

Model being 10 bit confirmed:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/samsung-nu8000-vs-samsung-ru8000/586/784

Edit 3: So put in shortly, I upgraded Sony 8 bits + FRC TV to Samsung 10 bit TV. Hence the colour support requirements became more stringent. And my Onkyo receiver lists only 4:2:0 in 10 bit mode. In addition the poster above says, that HMDI 2.0 supports only 4K 60fps 4:4:4 at 8 bit. Not sure why she/he claims 10/12 bit + 4:2:2, since Onkyo gives the values RGB/YCbCr4:4:4 (8 bit), YCbCr4:2:2 (12 bit), YCbCr4:2:0 (8/10/12 bit), which I assume should represent the HDMI 2.0 specs.

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