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Well I finally gave in and pulled the trigger today on the 55C6P model from Crutchfield. Also bought a Titan XP as well if all goes well I will sell my Acer XR341CK 34" Free-Sync monitor and my R9 Fury X to recoup funds and maybe a kidney. weirdsmiley.gif
Will update upon arrival of TV and missing kidney... biggrin.gif

Also found the higher end LG Remotes to buy if someone would like to replace the stock version that comes with it below.

LG SIGNATURE SERIES (AN-MR700 MAGIC REMOTE)$74.99


LG SIGNATURE (Slim remote AN-SP700)$19.99

code REMOTE5 for $5.00 off order.
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Have ya'll tried MPV yet? .

Never heard of it, gonna give it a try thanks
ps : gui is indeed terrible, from what i saw settings have to be put into a file so no way to dynamically change them while watching the movie?
4k hevc video decoding seems like magic with this one, both potplayer and mpc are full loading my cpu while on mpv everything seems to be done on the gpu by default, so mpv for 4k movies and mpc for upscaling on 1080p and 720p content would be the way to go for me, at least until i can figure out why mpc is taking so much of my cpu.
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http://inmatrix.com/zplayer/pro/versions_home8.shtml
Years ago most features were free but the last year or two he's shifted more features to the paid version. Recently he started charging for the 4K skins, which really pissed me off. I just loaded an older copy of the skin. PM with an address and I can send the file. Max is worth paying for. MPHC doesn't scale right with high DPI settings. I think ZP is the best video player that supports madVR. It has a million options and a sophisticated codec system. I don't use the media browser crap. For an HTPC, I find the fastest way is to load files straight from Windows with a wireless mouse on my couch. I mapped the RivaTuner and madVR OSD toggles to my wireless mouse buttons, to check performance quickly.

In the Nvidia control panel I run RGB and full dynamic range. I also set madVR to 0-255 range. Limited make blacks look dark gray. On the TV, you need to configure your HDMI port for HDMI ULTRA HD deep color. I checked text quality between RGB vs YCbCr 4:4:4 and it looks similar. Since I don't fully understand this specific setting, I asked the question here and on AVS forums but nobody provided an answer.

To adjust brightness on the TV, I use a pure black desktop background or pause some dark scenes in movies, then adjust it until black starts to look dark grey then back it off a couple ticks. This has to be done for each input. I posted my settings in the imgur link a few posts back. Biggest impact on PQ is black level. Looks terrible on low or auto, so I force it to high. I find the colors in ISF look better than game mode.

As a software developper, i tend to avoid to pay for software when i can (nasty habit i know) especially for windows softwares wink.gif

Did some research on that, seems ycbcr limited is equivalent to rgb full, nobody said the contrary as far as i know.

This was indeed a really good advice smile.gif blacks are awesome now, still have some issues though, movie quality and colours and top notch but the whites on subtitles are still hurting, they are so bright it is distracting the eye from the movie, played a bit with contrast and other settings but cannot find something really satisfying.

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LG SIGNATURE (Slim remote AN-SP700)$19.99

Too bad they didn't put a quick settings button on this one, would've buy it right away
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Have ya'll tried MPV yet?

The GUI is horrible now (an MPC-like GUI front end is in development), but it's capable of using the same high-quality scalers MadVR has... NNEDI3 prescaling, Jinc, Spline, debanding, adaptivesharpen etc. It also has a ReClock-like sync feature built in.


I used to use MadVR for everything, but I've since dumped it for MPV since SVP interpolation is so much faster with it.

It's all OpenGL too, so you can run Linux on your HTPC if you prefer it.

By "The GUI is horrible" you mean it has no GUI. Will keep an eye on this. It's fast and lightweight but needs a proper GUI. Thanks.
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@zipeldiablo

Your CPU should not be fully loaded with DXVA copy-back GPU decoding enabled in LAV.
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Man I am glad I pulled the trigger on it yesterday because today most stores the price went back up to $2999.99 I just made it by 10 hours before price change.. thumb.gif

Also anyone here mounting it to there desk or wall that has movement left to right, up down etc?
    
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Mpv is basically a backend. There are a couple of separate GUIs (SMPlayer, Baka, etc.), but I'm keeping my eye on this one:

https://github.com/cmdrkotori/mpc-qt
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Is it possible to change the sample stock photos? I want my own to rotate when the TV loses signal. How to transfer files to internal storage?

I have a Harmony 700. Is it possible to access the service menu with this? I use mine as a computer display and want to disable automatic brightness level on static images. Do they dim static images to reduce the chance of image retention?
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Man I am glad I pulled the trigger on it yesterday because today most stores the price went back up to $2999.99 I just made it by 10 hours before price change.. thumb.gif

Also anyone here mounting it to there desk or wall that has movement left to right, up down etc?

Not yet but next month, found an articulated arm that could whistand up to 19kg, why?
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@zipeldiablo

Your CPU should not be fully loaded with DXVA copy-back GPU decoding enabled in LAV.
Weird right?
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Greetings my fellow LG OLED55C6P owners. I still think it's really cool to have an owner's thread. I'm still learning a lot about this TV. I recently purchased one of the posted LG Series mini remotes. So bummed it doesn't have a settings button as that would've been perfect for me. thumb.gif

I was going to wait until I posted any pictures. I'm awaiting the arrival of a floating shelf which I will then mount beneath my TV. Once I get that I'll run cables behind the wall for a cleaner look, mount my sound bar and take other steps to make it nice and tidy. If I want to game on it I grab a table and push it flush against the wall and plug in a HDMI cable to my PC. After that it's just setting up my mouse and keyboard the way I like, etc. Pull up my office chair. If I play something like GTA 5 on my PC I'll just use a Wireless PS4 Controller, Wireless Headset and chill on the couch though.



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Greetings my fellow LG OLED55C6P owners. I still think it's really cool to have an owner's thread. I'm still learning a lot about this TV. I recently purchased one of the posted LG Series mini remotes. So bummed it doesn't have a settings button as that would've been perfect for me. thumb.gif

I was going to wait until I posted any pictures. I'm awaiting the arrival of a floating shelf which I will then mount beneath my TV. Once I get that I'll run cables behind the wall for a cleaner look, mount my sound bar and take other steps to make it nice and tidy. If I want to game on it I grab a table and push it flush against the wall and plug in a HDMI cable to my PC. After that it's just setting up my mouse and keyboard the way I like, etc. Pull up my office chair. If I play something like GTA 5 on my PC I'll just use a Wireless PS4 Controller, Wireless Headset and chill on the couch though.





Looks great. Cool to be able to use the couch or mount right up to it with the office chair. I'm still searching for the perfect office/recline chair.
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