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Full RGB vs Ycbcr

lorcav123

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I connected my PC with my new Samsung 58" TV (VA panel). In Nvidia control panel I have options:

Full RGB

Limited RGB

Ycbcr 4:4:4

Ycbcr 4:2:2

Ycbcr 4:2:0

Which one of this is better? Also what bpc to select (I have option 8 and 10)?

Is it best to put TV to 4k 30hz or 24hz? Aren`t movie filmed in 24fps?

On Samsung TV I have option UHD color, should I turn that constantly on? There is also option Game mode. Activate that only when playing games?
 

JD

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Depends on what you're trying to achieve.

Generally game mode is advised for using PC's on TV's as it reduces the input lag in most cases.

Full RGB if you're using this like a monitor, so a mix of tasks, if it's just consuming video content, 4:4:4 is generally recommended.

And depending on your location would answer the 30Hz vs 24Hz. If you're in North America, most stuff here is encoded to 29.97fps/Hz, if your in Europe, I believe 24fps/Hz is the norm there.
 

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