Question 4k ycbcr 4:2:0 30bit 59hz HDR10 vs 4k ycbcr 4:2:2 24bit 59hz HDR10 vs 4k RGB 30bit 23 hz HDR10

john3569

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Which one of these setting would be best for watchnig 4k UHD Blu Ray movies on my Xbox One S?
4k ycbcr 4:2:0 30bit 59hz HDR10
4k ycbcr 4:2:2 24bit 59hz HDR10
4k RGB 30bit 23 hz HDR10

TV specs: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/fc3013d8
TV manual: http://www.specsserver.com/CACHE/mefnbkuubcpt.pdf
Receiver specs: https://intl.pioneer-audiovisual.com/products/av_receiver/vsx-534/specification.php (scroll down to video features)
Another more specific thing for receiver: https://jp.pioneer-audiovisual.com/manual/vsx534/supple_534.pdf

I am playing these movies on my xbox one S,. I have been playing around with the video settings in the xbox's menu and after each modification of the settings a different status shows up when I press the status button on my receiver (it just tells you what the current input and output are being displayed at for both video and audio). Note that I am changing the settings then playing a 4k UHD blu ray prior to viewing the status (

By disabling "allow 24hz" and disabling "allow YCC 4:2:2" I got 4k ycbcr 4:2:0 30bit 59hz HDR10
By disabling "allow 24hz" and enabling "allow YCC 4:2:2" I got 4k ycbcr 4:2:2 24bit 59hz HDR10
By enabling "allow 24hz" and disabling "allow YCC 4:2:2" I got 4k RGB 30bit 23 hz HDR10
(enabling both of these setting results in the same status as the last)

I am pretty sure that most movies are 24p so am I correct in assuming that 23hz would be the best option? The only thing is that I've also heard that most blu rays and movies are naturally ycbcr 4:2:0.
As you can see I can not get both working simultaneously, they seem to be mutually exclusive. (I can only get 23hz in RGB and can only get ycbcr 4:2:0 in 59 hz.

Any insight would be appreciated!
 

john3569

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As they seem to be mutually exclusive on my tv, which would be the better setting for watching 4k HDR10 blu ray movies.

I have been led to believe that all blu rays are encoded in ycbcr 4:2:0 but also that most movies are filmed in 24p.
 

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