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O.k. Now I just remuxed all three with MKVToolNix GUI and the play fine.
I think only god knows the fault...

No cable fault. :(

Hm. perhaps I have to check the cables again.
2 weeks ago I bought and changed all HDMI to "good" HDMI cables, and I thought, that now everything would be allright.
Perhaps not...

Futeko, are you able to see a mistake in my rips?
Should I try another program? If yes, which one?
For me MakeMKV until now was the easiest and the best one!

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Yesterday with newest MakeMKV I ripped three movies in full 1080p (no cropped picture) 23.976 with DD Atmos 7.1.
The Gunman, San Andreas & Mad Max Fruy Road
Only the main movie in MKV with 1080p, with DD Atmos 7.1 and Subtitles.

All three movies played directly from my USB Fantec Case are playing in slowmotion.
That means the sound is alright DD Atmos 7.1, but the picture is running in slowmotion. This looks like about 4 pictures per second.
On the Q10 Pro these MKV files are played very well!
Where is the fault?
Isn't the Q5 4K able to play full HD files with Atmos 7.1?

Hm, in this case I missunderstood you.
My TV as I know does not support 720p 24Hz.
But the Q10 Pro should be able to scale up any resolution below 1080p or cropped material in 23.976 to 1080p 24Hz resp. to bypass the real Hz number.

TV: Sony 55HX820

The last Playback Hardware, I was and again am using: Q5 4K

HiMedia Q10 Pro, Q5 Pro / Re: Q10 Pro & Denon AVR- X6200W
« on: June 15, 2016, 11:51:38 AM »
Perhaps as a solution you could switch the inputs of your Denon instead of switching it off.
HDMI1 to HDMI2 and back again.

For Futeko you should tell him, where you output your audio.
HDMI, Coaxial or Optical?

HiMedia Q10 Pro, Q5 Pro / Re: Planning to buy the q10pro
« on: June 14, 2016, 08:58:45 AM »
Very unlucky my collection from 720p is about 2500 movies all blue-ray ripps with 2 audio
and two sub...
Me too, over 2000 movies and at the moment I am not able to play 99% of my trivial 23.976 720p and cropped 1080p movies in 24p.

But however, the Pro for sure is a great player, but you still have to wait many months until you can use it in the way you want.
I do not know, whether I would buy it again...  ???

HiMedia Q10 Pro, Q5 Pro / Re: Planning to buy the q10pro
« on: June 13, 2016, 02:51:42 PM »
AFAIK microshuttering is there on every resolution, not just below 1080p.
That is so true, at the end of the 3 weeks using the Q10 Pro I thought that this micro stuttering already would be normal.
But at least I realized, that micro stuttering is anything else, but normal, at the moment I took out my Q5 4K.
There is much work to do for Himedia, and I am scared, that the solution for the Autoframerate Switching over all resolutions still is really far, far away from us.   :-[

HiMedia Q10 Pro, Q5 Pro / Re: Planning to buy the q10pro
« on: June 13, 2016, 11:45:04 AM »
Yes futeko, but how long will that last?!!
One month, two, three or even six or more months?

My Q10 Pro meanwhile since 4 weeks is packed and I am using my old Q5 4K... for me before that happened, it was absolute unthinkable!
Is that the sense, I should use a new ca. 190 Euro Mediaplayer?
To use it in the cupboard?
Is it customer friendly, to let the customers wait several months until a player works, like it should?

The weeks and months are passing by, and nothing according to the main bugs is happening.
Meanwhile I am very disappointed!!

It is not my intension to use the Q10 Pro as a 60Hz player. Really not, futeko! :-\

What Himedia does with their advertising is:
Hey guys, our player can play 23.976 HD and UHD in 24Hz!
But it cannot play everything 23.976 below HD in 24Hz! THIS they did not say, and even more hair-raising, they did not test minimum requirements.

Equivalent Car-Story:
This would be the same, as if they would say: Our new car can run even 200 and 300km/h.
But we do not know, that a car too should drive from 0-200km/h, for getting started driving a car.
Uuuups, we forgot, that a car should be able to drive all speeds, not only the fastest, but this is not very important, and our customers sure can wait months and months, until they will be able to use our car in all conditions.
And is this our first car, so that eventually these mistakes are normal?
No, for sure this is NOT our first car, but we again and again produce the same mistakes, like we did, as we built our first car, many years ago.
Thats normal, its Himedia!  :-X

Applause, Applause!!

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