Hello nucnucwhosthere ,
I am sorry to hear you are having issues with the color reproduction in your system!
Would like to request some information in order to have a clearer overview of the configuration you have and therefore the scenario to perform possible tests.
First of all, please make sure you have the latest graphics drivers installed, here you can find them: http://intel.ly/2d0dtoO
Then, if the problem persists, I require a report from your system that gathers up different information about it, Intel has a utility that can do this for you.
Instructions to use the Intel® System Support Utility:
-Download the utility
-Scan your system with the utility
-Export the report (hit next and then save) and attach it to your answer with the advanced editor option (reply button and then check upper right corner)
If you don't have the option to attach the report, please copy the information in the report and paste it in your answer (the summary section is ok).
Now, is there a way to replicate this issue? Meaning, where are you checking the color reproductions is one or the other (4:4:4 /4:2:2)? is it a software? Screenshots would definitely help with this
Hope you can gather up all the information to properly assist you on this matter
All drivers are up to date.
I've been using test images to test 4:4:4 vs 4:2:0. For example, what's here How to Quickly Check the Chroma Subsampling used by your 4K UHD TV – Geeks3D and here Official 4:4:4 / Chroma Subsampling Thread - AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews and here http://madshi.net/madVR/ChromaRes.png .
Requested system info attached.
nuc info.xml.zip 4.8 K
Hello nucnucwhosthere ,
Thank you very much for the information provided in order to test the behavior on my side.
I ran some tests by using a 4K TV we have in here hooked up to an Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i3SYH.
What I did was to display the image in the link: http://www.geeks3d.com/20141203/how-to-quickly-check-the-chroma-subsampling-used-with-your-4k-uhd-tv/
The one used to find out if 4:4:4 was used or not.
Turns out I was able to see the last two line just fine, did take some pics, note them below.
Would like to check, what happens if we remove the AV receiver from the equation?
What if we swap cables? what if we set TV's settings to defaults?
Additionally, I added the graphics report for the NUC used to perform these tests.
Please let me know how it goes without the receiver