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Better video output controls


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I'm trying to configure my Strato to output 4:2:2 @ 12 bits to work around a bug with my JVC NX7, and I'm not able to do so.

I'm finding the video control options of the Strato are limited with regards to how the "Select video behavior" and "4K Ultra HD Support" works.

"Allow display mode changes" for example upscales and frame rate matches, but it forces 4:4:4 color at 10 bits.

I'd rather see discreet fine control like the Panasonic or Oppo Blu-ray players give where you can directly select individual options for color space, bit depth, frame rate matching and so on. The options here allow configuration but only in a combined matter.