Zidoo players like Zidoo Z9S / Z10 / X20 / X20Pro could adjust frame rate and resolution of the output signal automatically according to frame rate and resolution of the video source. That is, frame rate and resolution will always correspond to the one of video source , don’t need to worry about changing setting by manually when playing movies with different frame rates and resolutions. Therefore, the video will be smoothly . Let’s have a look about the setting:
1.Turn off automatic frame rate
Step1: Setting>Automatic frame rate>Frame rate mode>off
Step 2: Play video with the frame rate and resolution that pre-set by hand.
2.Switch frame rate only
Step1: Setting>Automatic frame rate>Frame rate mode>Switch frame rate only
Step 2: Set resolution/frame rate to 1080P 60Hz and play a 50Hz file.
Step 3: The real output frame rate will switch to 1080P 50Hz automatically.
3.Switch frame rate and resolution
Step 1: Setting>Automatic frame rate>Frame rate mode>Switch frame rate and resolution.
Step 2: Set resolution/frame rate to 1080P 60Hz, play a 720P file.
Step 3: It will output and switch to 720P 60Hz.
If there is any confusion later, please make comments below.
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The Frame Rate setting allows you to adjust the refresh rate of the display. Increasing the refresh rate improves the image quality but will increase power consumption. basketbros
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When I play a video file with a resolution of 3840*2160 (23.976 fps) output mode is 1920*1080P @60Hz YUV444 8 Bits ITU 709. This doesn’t change with the different settings as you described above.
Is 1920*1080P @60Hz considered UHD 4K?
I have X10, v2.1.22
PS Please refer to below for more detailed video information displayed on screen.
Format profile: Main 10@L5@Main
Codec ID: V_MPEG/ISO/HEVC
Bit rate: 5,008 kbps
Width: 3,840 pixels
Height: 2,160 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 16:9
Frame rate mode: Constant
Frame rate: 23.976 fps
Color space: YUV
Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0
Bit depth: 10 bits
Stream size: 5.03 GiB (87%)
Color range: limited
Color primaries: BT.2020
Transfer characteristics: SMPTE ST 2084
Matrix coefficients: BT.2020 non-constant
When will the new firmware fixes the 4K video that we can not stretch?
Hi ferrox,Which model of media players do you use? Could you clarify the problem more clearly?
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