BPlayer, I'll try looking those last videos up and see what I can see - so this was pretty much prime time as well from the sounds of it based on your post time. I've been wired to the OLED through the same powered switch to the router that my Xbox records 350+ mbps down on whatever method they use fwiw, so i don't see any issues on my end as far as bandwidth even if it went as far as 100mbps. I keep as many of my devices that are fixed on wired connections as I can.
Hmm, just now at 11:15pm - dynasty warriors started at 2560x1440 but quickly went to 3840x2160 76982Kbps +/- 5Kbps. 0 dropped frames. A developer wants to sue was much lower bit rate but started out at 3840x2160, hiccuped and then went to 2560x1440 at 10-14000kbps only, but recovered to full 4k and 40000-75000 kbps. Lots of variation in connection speed at the same current resolution tho.
Shadow of War bounced up and down at way lower bit rates, mostly 1920x1080 but all the way up to 3840 at times, bit rates between 5000 and 30000 Kbps only... this one was more like what I seem to normally getup of these '4k' videos. As the DF videos are all about comparing video quality the 1080 norm on that one sort of defeats the point a bit. Oh, wait, 6 minutes in I'm up to 80000Kbps 4k on that video and it seems to have finally stabilized at that. Anyway disappointing not to get the quality consistently that I believe I'm paying for, although if it is youtube's end then I'm not really paying for that I guess especially as none of my YouTube apps have ads.
Civuck, I've never seen better than 40 or 50 up on a single connection. When I asked Rogers about the speeds, they did say that the speed was an aggregate. Down I've managed 750-800 on a single wired or wireless on 802.11ac on my newer MacBook, and reached a combined simultaneous well over the 1gbit using a wired+ac at the same time. I can't remember what the combined up was on that test. Also, Orange Is the new Black (4k, no HDR) seems like 15.26 Mbps once it gets up to speed but so does Altered Carbon with 4k + Dolby Vision, so maybe there's not much overhead for setting the HDR levels vs all the bits for 4k. Interestingly when I set up my Harmony One remote for this TV I have an 'Info' button for Netflix that for the life of me I can't find/replicate in any way on the LG tv remote ;-).
Edit/Addendum: Just noticed that the app has a new `Quality` button under More Options tonight that wasn't there before, and you can select the desired quality like on a browser youtube session. It was on 4k (Auto) when I tried that for Shadow of War video, but I could pin it to 2160p 4k and that seemed to hold for as much of my replay of that video as I had tried. On regular Youtube apps I think this is sort of sticky, so maybe I can just pick this and see if the app will continue to deliver it from video to video.
Jethro - LG OLED65C7P, NB 3.0, Yam HTR6190, Polk, Harmony 680, Xbox One X
Last edited by Joxer; 2018-02-21 at 11:47 PM.
Reason: Found quality toggle