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Netflix Test Patterns

Towen7

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2D1C5D53-3AF0-492D-B075-3DB630E77B4B.jpeg I was setting up a new TV and stumbled on a cool test pattern stream on Netflix.

Search HDR and you should find a series from Archimedia. Each “episode” is a different frame rate and resolution. A cool thing is that it displayed the bit rare, resolution, and frame rate that Netflix is sending you. I discovered that even though I thought the 4K image was really good, I wasn’t able to get a stream any higher than 1080p.

In addition It runs an test tone sweep and pink noise on each of the five channels and a short beep to help you set the lip sync timing.

Pretty cool.
 

Towen7

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#3
^ setting up a new TV???
Yeah
After I built the new shelving for the TV in the living room and replaced the receiver and speakers I had a nice TV stand and AVR with and noting to do. So I put them all in the office. Then I thought the TV stand was too nice not to have a TV on it.

I’ll post more about it once everything’s setup.
 
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