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JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program

Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2017, 05:18:55 AM »
For those passing through an AVR (I'm using the Marantz SR7010), I have thought about setting its video output to be a constant 1080p @ 24hz, or 2160p @ 60hz, or whatever, in order to avoid the re-sync delays (which I agree are a pain in the butt).

Has anybody tried this, and does it work, or are there other unwanted problems with this approach?

Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2017, 08:58:54 AM »
Is that only with 4K, or any content - 1080p included - on Netflix ? I certainly don't have that problem with 1080p content on Dish. I can pause and re-start to my hearts content with no re-sync issue.

It all depends on the source, the JVCs have a long delay whenever the HDMI signal changes.  For example when you switch from 1080p60 to 1080p24, there's about a 15 second delay on my RS600.  Same when you switch from 1080p to 4K.

Now if your source outputs the same format all the time, without interrupting the HDMI signal, then there's no delay.  So for example, when I'm using my DVR, it's currently set to always output 1080p60, so I can start/stop/switch, bounce around menus all day with no issue.  Same with my Xbox.  Also with my Kodi box if I set it to 1080p24 I can start and stop stuff with no issues.  However if I leave the menus on my Kodi box at 1080p60, then when I start a movie, there's about a 15 second delay before the JVC pics it up.  Fortunately Kodi allows you to define a custom delay before it starts playback, so you don't miss anything.

Unfortunately Kodi seems to be unique in that, my Samsung UBD player outputs 4K 60 for the menus, but when you start a 24fps Netflix show, there's that same long delay as the RS600 resyncs to new format.

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Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2017, 11:07:28 AM »
Is that only with 4K, or any content - 1080p included - on Netflix ? I certainly don't have that problem with 1080p content on Dish. I can pause and re-start to my hearts content with no re-sync issue.
It occurs with both 1080p and 4K.     Both Netflix and YouTube have content at 24Hz and 60Hz in 1080p and 4K.  Since I use the Samsung player for streaming, it is upconverting 1080p to 4K so it is really only switching content with frame rate changes that have long sync.    But Netflix is also doing something really strange in that the JVC needs to resync after every stop of playback, and then again before starting playback.  I don't have any idea what is going on there.

With my Directv box, I have channels that are 720p/60, 1080i/60, 4K24, and 4K60.   I ended up having my Denon scale 720 and 1080i to 1080p which eliminated the sync times between HD channels.   But I still have long sync times when switching between HD and 4K channels and between 4K24 and 4K60 channels.
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Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #18 on: January 06, 2017, 12:05:36 PM »
It occurs with both 1080p and 4K.     Both Netflix and YouTube have content at 24Hz and 60Hz in 1080p and 4K.  Since I use the Samsung player for streaming, it is upconverting 1080p to 4K so it is really only switching content with frame rate changes that have long sync.    But Netflix is also doing something really strange in that the JVC needs to resync after every stop of playback, and then again before starting playback.  I don't have any idea what is going on there.

With my Directv box, I have channels that are 720p/60, 1080i/60, 4K24, and 4K60.   I ended up having my Denon scale 720 and 1080i to 1080p which eliminated the sync times between HD channels.   But I still have long sync times when switching between HD and 4K channels and between 4K24 and 4K60 channels.

I'm always reminded of why I don't stream or use things like Netflix!  ;D  I really don't have these issues watching Blu Rays or 4K Blu Rays. Except for maybe 12 seconds a day !
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Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #19 on: January 06, 2017, 03:53:41 PM »
I'm always reminded of why I don't stream or use things like Netflix!  ;D  I really don't have these issues watching Blu Rays or 4K Blu Rays. Except for maybe 12 seconds a day !

Craig,
...just out of curiosity...what happens in those 12 seconds!...

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Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #20 on: January 06, 2017, 04:18:25 PM »
Craig,
...just out of curiosity...what happens in those 12 seconds!...

I ease the cork out of a bottle of wine during those 12 seconds !  ::)
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Re: JVC DLA-RS500U not reving up fast enough to produce a 4K NETFLIX program
« Reply #21 on: January 06, 2017, 09:08:27 PM »
 >:(
I ease the cork out of a bottle of wine during those 12 seconds !  ::)

you devil! >:(

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