Yup. Let us know.murrayit wrote: ↑Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:54 amThankstango306 wrote: ↑Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:15 pmNot true. There's no "fake" DV.murrayit wrote: ↑Mon Jun 17, 2019 5:36 am
Is this true? To date I only tried Justice League which had less than 60 MB DV track and honestly I couldn't find any difference which the HDR10 version (Both remux and m2ts).
If this claim is legit so what are the best DV movies I can try? I recently got US but I haven't watched it yet...
4K UHD Bluray discs use Dolby Vision Profile 7 (dual layer).
There are two type of Dolby Vision Profile 7.
1. DV Profile 7 with MEL (Minimal Enhancement Layer)
2. DV Profile 7 with FEL (Full Enhancement Layer)
MEL contains dynamic metadata for HDR. And FEL contains dynamic metadata + data from the original HDR master for full 12-bit color.
Paramount, Universal and Lionsgate are known to exclusively use FEL. (only exception from Lionsgate was their recent Robin Hood release. This used MEL).
Warner and Disney are known to use MEL. (The only exception was 2001 A Space Odyssey from Warner and Black Panther from Disney. These two used FEL).
Why don't you try Braveheart (Paramount)? This is known to be a reference standard transfer and contains FEL. For some reason, I can't get Braveheart DV mp4 to play on OLED. It's HDR10 and 4K Bluray disc play fine though. Can you make a Braveheart DV mp4 and report back your findings?
I'll try Braveheart and I'll report here
Just remember, there are two types of Dolby Vision Profile 7 on 4K UHD Bluray:
1. MEL (Minimal Enhancement Layer)
The video info is only in the base layer (10-bit 4:2:0) and the MEL only has metadata. (Metadata being dynamic, this is still better than static based HDR10).
2. FEL (Full Enhancement Layer)
FEL layer has metadata and the extra picture information bringing the final output to 12-bit. Usually hevc file size for FEL is about 10% of hevc file size of base layer.