There is no solution to this problem, it is NOT a labeling issue. It is a 1080p stream upscaled to 4K by your TV. I am going mark the solution as a return. Everybody return their apple TV so apple is aware of the issue and buy it at a later time.
Since then I have played with all of the settings on the AppleTV to get this "fixed" but with no positive results. I finally started testing a theory that the AppleTV is actually playing the 4K stream, just the badge isn't right because the stream still looked good to me and because the TV flashes up either the Dolby Vision or HDR label when the stream starts from Netflix or Prime even though the info pulldown only shows HD and no mention of HDR or DV. Because the AppleTV upscales to 4K, my TV always reports 4K even if it is a title that is only available in 1080p. So I switched the max resolution on the AppleTV to 1080p and when I did that the TV of course only reports 1080p, but the Netfilx app shows only an HD badge on the title page of a 4K title. When I switch the max resolution back to 4K the 4K label (or the Dolby Vision label) returns on the title page. In both cases the info pull down in the player only displays the HD badge even though the played stream looks much better with the max resolution set to 4K. This of course could be because the AppleTV is no longer upscaling, so I tried to think of some other test.
I have a theory (a bit of a stretch perhaps) that this is just a labeling problem in the info pull down with apps that still use the "old" video API on the AppleTV. The video player or API set has been updated to work in the new "circular scrubbing" gesture with the new AppleTV. Netflix and Prime can use this new gesture, but they still use the old info pull down and so are somehow affected by this bug (partial use of the latest API set). The AppleTV player uses a new API set that has the info displayed at the bottom of the screen by pressing the back button. This player (AppleTV+ or purchased content) does not seem to be affected by the bug. YouTube and Disney+ appear unaffected by this bug, but both use a completely different proprietary player that does not behave at all like the AppleTV+ player and also does not yet support the circular scrubbing.
1) When starting an HD Movie I get a warning "This video is too large to play on this computer" with options for OK and Cancel, Pressing OK simply starts the 1080p Movie just fine. Is this a temporary bug? Or is there a fix? It's not a major issue since 1080p Content still plays, but it is rather annoying.
2) I have noticed specifically in 1080p Movies that there is a slight amount of video lag where the video's framrate seems to drop a little bit (Not hugely, but noticable.) Do I simply need to wait for the video to fully load, or is there another fix?
Same issues for me. I have a brand new Dell, purchased a week ago. The computer is plenty adequate: 3.4ghz i7, 16 gig ram, 7200 SATA 2 drive, AMD Radeon HD 6770, etc etc. Plugged into a 1920x1200 monitor. When I play a 1080p video it gives me the playback warning and the playback is very jumpy. Video will sometimes freeze while audio continues, then will speed forward to get into sync. Other times it's just jumpy. Problems of this sort are pretty constant.
I'm assuming something with my hardware or software settings can be tweaked to improve performance. As it is, playback is very annoying. I was having some of these issues prior to 1080p so I've got something unrelated going on. As for the warning popping up, there's no reason iTunes should have an issue with my hardware.
I'm having the same problem too! It said its too large to play and asks if it want to play the SD version which i dont want. I have the same i7, 16 gb ram, 7200 SATA 2 drive, AMD Radeon HD 6770. What is the problem?
If you are trying to run 1080p on a none apple product (PC). You need to have components that support HDCP (High Definition Content Protection). It then goes on to say that Windows, Video Card, and Monitor need to support HDCP. If you don't have all 3 it won't work. 32 and 64bit versions of windows XP, Vista, and windows 7 do not support HDCP.
Actually I was rather glad to find this post I thought it was just me having problems. My system is fine on 1080P but I still get the error message. This really wasn't a surprise to me since my system was capable but Itunes disabled it for Vista (Vista Ultimate 64 bit can run DHCP but itunes disabled it for all Vista users.
I agree with Global I just upgraded to Win7 against my better wishes just to comply with their mandate. I was pretty upset to see that message rear it's head after re-configuring two systems to reach 100 percent compliance. The problem is with the Itunes team. Considering that the software runs a retail store and they have a responsibility to customers, they should take bugs and hardware/software requirement changes more seriously. What you may not know is about another bug they didn't fix. If you own a HD version and Itunes checks and determines your system isn't HD per it's beer goggles it refuses to let you download what you already paid for and offers to sell you the SD version you already own and have.
if I try to play from remote ,movie with bit rate 1080p H264 it start to play but stop each 2 or 3 sec and the processor load reach the value near or 100%.(I noticed the bandwith used is very very low)
I 'm experimeting this problem just with the movie on 1080p H264 like this (see picture 1), other file 720p or lower working fine and reach sometimes the used bandwith around 1.7 Mb\s , so is not a network speed problem.
If I set in the Emby android app ,the speed limit to 2 Mb\s it start to work, the bandwith used rich a pick to 800 kb\s, cpu always near 100%, but logically the quality of immage is sure poor than the original. I noticed also another aspect, if I try to reproduce a movies with 1080p but NOT H264 but HEVC the processor load remain quite low and the movie is played well without problem, the bandwith used arrive to a pick around 1Mb\s without problem.(see picture2 )
With other 1080p movies it works so I supposed there is someting in the movies it's self, Can I provide any other log to you to help to undestand if is a local NAS problem or someting in the emby server didn't work properly with some specific file?
The display resolution of an external monitor depends on the monitor (well duh!) and the graphics output capability of your laptop. For any modern laptop a 4K screen should not be a problem as long as you have a modern DisplayPort connector or a HDMI 2.0 connector.
It's no problem! After you opt in to Netflix on Us, you will be prompted to create a Netflix account if you do not have an existing one, which will link to your T-Mobile account. T-Mobile will then pay your Netflix Basic or Netflix Standard subscription, depending on your T-Mobile voice plan. If you select a higher tier Netflix plan, you will see the upgrade cost included in your T-Mobile bill.
However my Vimeo account has no problem to view full resolution even while online. Dropbox should really consider a way to viewthe view full res video files thru Dropbox. Kinda a buzz kill as I just upgraded for a year mainly for video purpose.
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The majority of the time, a weak network signal or slow internet speeds are the cause of streaming problems. This has been covered in more detail in our Kodi buffering article, so it might be a good idea to start there.
One such problem arises when attempting to upgrade from Kodi 16 to version 17+. The change from the Confluence skin to the new Estuary skin may cause you to experience some errors related to the Addons.db file.
Do a quick Google search to see if this is a common problem with your specific device. Amazon Firesticks, for instance, are notorious for stuttering during 4K streams. In fact, some older models even stutter with 1080p streams.
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