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Old 06-26-2018, 01:32 PM   #11
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The further away you get from a TV the less detail is seen, hence they discovered that HDR was more impressive than UHD for most viewers sitting at normal domestic room distances.

When you consider that for UHD you need to be no more than 3 screen heights away with your eyes, you need a pretty big TV to enable you to not sit very close to it. It is 5 screen heights for HD.

From www.crutchfield.com

For HD

40" 5.0-8.3 feet
43" 5.4-9 feet
50" 6.3-10.4 feet
55" 6.9-11.5 feet
60" 7.5-12.5 feet
65" 8.1-13.5 feet
70" 8.75-14.6 feet
75" 9.4-15.6 feet
80" 10.0-16.7 feet
85" 10.6-17.7 feet

For UHD

40" 3.3-5.0 feet (My editing monitor TV)
43" 3.6-5.4 feet
50" 4.2-6.3 feet
55" 4.6-6.9 feet
60" 5.0-7.5 feet
65" 5.4-8.1 feet
70" 5.8-8.75 feet
75" 6.3-9.4 feet
80" 6.7-10.0 feet
85" 7.1-10.6 feet

Some people 10-12 feet away from their 40" TV can't tell if its HD or not, which is typical of a lot of rooms.


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Old 06-26-2018, 01:47 PM   #12
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The further away you get from a TV the less detail is seen, hence they discovered that HDR was more impressive than UHD for most viewers sitting at normal domestic room distances.

When you consider that for UHD you need to be no more than 3 screen heights away with your eyes, you need a pretty big TV to enable you to not sit very close to it. It is 5 screen heights for HD.

From www.crutchfield.com

For HD

40" 5.0-8.3 feet
43" 5.4-9 feet
50" 6.3-10.4 feet
55" 6.9-11.5 feet
60" 7.5-12.5 feet
65" 8.1-13.5 feet
70" 8.75-14.6 feet
75" 9.4-15.6 feet
80" 10.0-16.7 feet
85" 10.6-17.7 feet

For UHD

40" 3.3-5.0 feet (My editing monitor TV)
43" 3.6-5.4 feet
50" 4.2-6.3 feet
55" 4.6-6.9 feet
60" 5.0-7.5 feet
65" 5.4-8.1 feet
70" 5.8-8.75 feet
75" 6.3-9.4 feet
80" 6.7-10.0 feet
85" 7.1-10.6 feet

Some people 10-12 feet away from their 40" TV can't tell if its HD or not, which is typical of a lot of rooms.


Mike
depends on how good the tv panel is.
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Old 05-16-2019, 05:15 PM   #13
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Hi Jerry,

I have the SONY AX700 (same settings as Cobra) and LG OLED C7. Can you please share your settings in Edius 9 (project & export settings)? I can't get my TV recognize the ouput file as HDR HLG mode.

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