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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Even if it would just stream the audio unprocessed to my receiver, that would be appreciated; the file detection correctly identifies the audio as Opus, so not sure why it can't simply bitstream it instead of trying to decode it and saying "Audio format not recognized".

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  3. 86 votes
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I would greatly appreciate this from the perspective of letting my Sony projector get synchronized before the movie itself starts. Right now I miss the first 5-10 seconds due to switching to HDR.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Definitely need a gamma slider/modifier for projector users. Low-light scenes are too dark, lacking in contrast, and blacks are grey thanks to the projector pumping out light trying to make the brights brighter. Having a gamma slider that could boost the curve at the low end without touching the high-end would be a life-saver for users like me, who often have to either just put up with a very dull dark picture with HDR content, or who have to spend hours re-encoding 4k material using an SDR conversion plus wrapper like MadVR to get an appropriate end-result for use on a projector.

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