AMD must be asleep at the wheel or they just don't care, I found this about NVIDIA:
Does AMD even monitor these boards, so if you're here AMD ???...
And for anyone reading this I did contact them directly and received the expected generic answer read from a script.
"We are not allowed to discuss certain subjects and make them readily available to the public, please subscribe to out AMD news letter"
I just don't get why NVIDIA has no problem discussing this while AMD appears dead in the water.
Why don't I just go with NVIDIA, I would except that NVIDIA has no "Smooth Motion" implemented in there drivers or hardware for frame interpolation.
AMD's Smooth Motion can be used in conjunction with Power DVD; its the only way to have FI on a licensed platform.
Most displays have some sort of FI built into them, but my Sony 300es 4K projector does not do FI at 4K, so that leaves only one choice at this time, but I'm not going to go and spend anything until I'm even sure that AMD's video cards will even run with all this DRM from Hollywood.
Here is a quote in this link that states AMD said that there should be a driver update to enable PlayReady 3.0.
SO who is this person from AMD ???
Nearly a year on from that comment....any news from AMD regards Playready 3.0 ??
with PlayReady now available via Adrenelin I am wondering if anyone has successfully managed to get Netflix to work on W10 (1803) using an RX 480 to an HDCP 2.2 monitor or TV.
My second question: is Display Port (4K at 60HZ) likely to work, RX 480 claims its Display Port is 1.4 so supports HDCP 2.2 and 60Hz should be available.
Any feedback welcome.
Hi, I have managed to get Netflix to play UHD content (via EDGE) in 4K. This works via HDMI at 25fps and display does not look that great.
Tested with Display Port and UHD does not work. This would be great if it did work as that supports 60fps and 10 bit colour.
Using Adrenelin 18.7.1
Do I need to change any setting when using Display Port to Netflix that to work via Edge?