Updating sony blue ray firmware
I like the subtitles as low on the screen as possible.There is no 24p output available for this type of source.The AVCHD version will also work when copied onto a USB device. If you prefer you can cancel it and make all your adjustments with the Setup menu directly. The entire display chain must be HDMI 1.3 or later, and must support Deep Color, which is an optional, not mandatory part of the HDMI 1.3 standard.Of course, all the settings the Wizard makes can be changed manually later. Note that there are no Deep Color Blu-ray or DVD discs.The result of all of this is that sometimes the only way to know what format is best for the HDMI connection is simply to try them all and see.A Rant I hope people understand that Deep Color does not mean "deeper color" and that it is of (nearly? This page is not approved or sponsored by OPPO Digital or AVSForum or anyone else. Help improve this FAQ: send me your corrections and comments.) the player will remember the stopping point of up to five discs when they are ejected or the player is powered off.
Some Deep Color displays only actually implement Deep Color if you are feeding them a 1080p/24fps video stream -- i.e., not 1080p/50 or 1080p/60.
For example, any time color up-sampling, color space conversion, brightness and contrast adjustment, and other video processing is applied to the 8-bit/channel signal, the result can have fractions.
In an 8-bit system the fractions are truncated, but in the Deep Color mode the fractions are preserved so the data delivered to the display is more accurate.
Note Subtitle shifting is a feature the Constant Image Height users like.
It can be used to shift subtitles out of the black bars and onto the image itself. Even though I use a simple flat panel without zoom, I find myself using the feature as well.