NFL in 4K HDR YES

RichManitoba

RichManitoba

SatelliteGuys Pro
Mar 5, 2010
187
19
Madison, WI
Upconverting is fine if you have a high quality TV set ...
Also, if its going to use HDR that itself will in itself make it well worth the effort to watch.

Nope. It's not as good as the normal Fox local station on DirecTV.
It's blurry with any motion. Looks like a bad recording.
 
dtv757

dtv757

SatelliteGuys Pro
Mar 19, 2019
576
222
757
Looks good on DirecTV

What provider are u using if D* , try going to your local.fox then back to 105

Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
 
RichManitoba

RichManitoba

SatelliteGuys Pro
Mar 5, 2010
187
19
Madison, WI
Looks good on DirecTV

What provider are u using if D* , try going to your local.fox then back to 105

Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
I've gone back and forth quite a few times. 105 is actually difficult to watch with any motion. My settings are right. I've watched golf and college football on the 4K channels....they've been great.
 
rad

rad

Supporting Founder
Supporting Founder
Lifetime Supporter
Sep 7, 2003
10,669
4,363
Dripping Springs, TX
I've gone back and forth quite a few times. 105 is actually difficult to watch with any motion. My settings are right. I've watched golf and college football on the 4K channels....they've been great.
Tune to channel 206 first, than back to 105 to circumvent the frame rate bug.
 
  • Like
Reactions: dtv757
Jimbo

Jimbo

SatelliteGuys Master
Lifetime Supporter
Jul 14, 2005
65,731
5,242
NW Ohio - Buckeye Country
I have watched off and on tonight ...
I found it hard to watch as it was choppy from time to time ...
I was bouncing between the local Fox and 105.

Some times it looked fine and others not.
 
I WANT MORE

I WANT MORE

SatelliteGuys Pro
Jan 20, 2006
382
71
"Middle of Nowhere"
Despite the broadcast not being true 4k I thought it looked outstanding. No issues whatsoever with the PQ.
I did, however experience a periodic black screen.
This lasted a half second to a second and occurred throughout the broadcast.
I witnessed this on two separate displays.
What I did not experience was the freezing/pixillating that I usually experience on all channels.
 
  • Like
Reactions: comp9 and dtv757
rad

rad

Supporting Founder
Supporting Founder
Lifetime Supporter
Sep 7, 2003
10,669
4,363
Dripping Springs, TX
Again, in case you missed it. There is a bug in the client software, if you tune to a 4K channel from a 1080i channel you might see the frame rate problem. To circumvent it first tune to a 720p channel like 206 or 259 and then tune to 105.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 0, Members: 0, Guests: 0)

Top