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The joke is that Netflix, Vudu, and iTunes streaming offer the best quality as far as streaming goes.
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You need to be on driver 381.74 for it to work. No other driver will work. You are probably not watching 4K. Check the Quality with Ctrl+Alt+Shift+D
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You need to be on driver 381.74 for it to work. No other driver will work. You are probably not watching 4K. Check the Quality with Ctrl+Alt+Shift+D

So it's working without any special version of Win10? I am very hesitant to install a new driver since I have one that seems to be functioning (hard to find those these days) but I would like to see if there is any difference in quality between my smart TV and pc 4k streams.
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Lol wat.

They only way they could have set the barrier of entry any higher would be if they required you to write your own codecs.

What is this? Denuvo for 4k content?
post #35 of 38
Part of it too is that Microsoft has stopped adding features to Win10 nth edition. Instead, they just tell you to wait for n+1 Windows 10 edition.

From a business perspective, Netflix and MS don't want this, nor nVidia.

But they're being strong-armed by content owners.

If it gets too cumbersome, people will now buy the product and/ or pirate.

The initial launch of HDCP was sort of the same way. People with older GPUs and monitors felt left out.
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Will I need one of the latest Intel processors AND a 10xx GPU to stream 4k? Just for some crappy DRM that will be soon bypassed?

 

With this, just a GTX 1050 Ti or better and an Insider build from the Fast Ring.

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I presume that with a Kaby Lake CPU none of these are problems but is that only if my monitor is connected to the onboard HDMI rather than the GPU?????????

 

Kaby Lake is worse. You can have everything else in place, but there may be a chance that the motherboard you use has a HDMI LSPCon that does not handle HDCP 2.2 negotiation properly and falls back to HDCP 1.4

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Wasn't the entire issue revolving around the lack of HDCP 2.2 compatible displays?

There is also this fact:

 

No, just driver support for PlayReady 3.0 DRM. The hardware was already in place, just needed the software to take advantage of it.

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Wait so I have a 10 series card and a compatible television, but have other monitors connected to my gpu. Do those monitors need to be hdcp compliant as well?

 

Yes. Or you can disable the others before you stream via the Display Settings menu.

post #37 of 38
Does Netflix support HDR and DV over PC yet or are we going to need next year's models of Intel CPU's and NVIDIA GPU's?
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Quote:
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Does Netflix support HDR and DV over PC yet or are we going to need next year's models of Intel CPU's and NVIDIA GPU's?
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The following devices support HDR streaming when connected to a HDR capable TV:

Chromecast Ultra
Nvidia Shield and Nvidia Shield Pro
Roku Premiere+ and Roku Ultra
Xbox One S
Select Android Phones


It also works through their app on HDR ready UHD smart TV's.
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