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Registered: ‎03-19-2017
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4096x2160p inputs can not be displayed due to overscanning

Driving the 8500d from an hdmi2 source outputting full 4k 4096x2160p (nvidia quadro) the TV is unable to correctly resize and compensate as per the manual. No wide/zoom/overscan/underscan options appear to be available meaning all content is clipped in the X axis

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Re: 4096x2160p inputs can not be displayed due to overscanning

The aspect ratio is wider, scaling it would result in some distortion.  I don't think it was ever intended as a display mode on consumer 4K (3840x2160) devices.


You should be able to have the GPU scale 4096x2160 down to 3840x2160 if you remove the 4096x2160 resolution from the EDID.

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Re: 4096x2160p inputs can not be displayed due to overscanning

Yes. I can adjust it using an under scan tweak on the input side (or just use it at 3840 modeline). The point is the manual clearly states that it will scale output to 3840 at 4096 and it doesn't. Every other manufacturer has a scale (zoom/wide/letterbox) option to set manually.
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Re: 4096x2160p inputs can not be displayed due to overscanning

Hi Aenertia,

 

Welcome and thank you for considering SONY Community!

 

For further assistance regarding your concern, please contact the Sony offices/Sony representative offices nearest to your place of residence in Asia Pacific region http://www.sony-asia.com/countryselector.html?hpid=countryselector:AsiaPacific. Due to proximity, they are in a better position to respond to your questions or concerns.

 

I hope it helps.

 

 

Regards,

^Ron

 

 

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