Yes there is, I have such a disc that I play on my Oppo 203 player. And it is a rather mainstream movie as well. Looks fantastic and was filmed at 120fps...There is no such thing as 4K HDMI cable.
Any recent high-speed cable should do.
Sufficient quality of cheap chinese cables (they cost $0.44 off factory) is a different matter.
Recent 4K HDR devices mention cables with 18Gbps sustained transfer rate. This will be only required to transfer 4K at 60fps or higher with 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 chroma.
There is no content on consumer market yet that has these characteristics. I understand that UHD bluray player from Panasonic can output such stream, but UHD Premium bluray disc does not contain such material.
What movie is this?Yes there is, I have such a disc that I play on my Oppo 203 player. And it is a rather mainstream movie as well. Looks fantastic and was filmed at 120fps...
Should have known thatBilly Lyn is 60fps and filmed at 120fps. Looks amazing when played on my Oppo to my OLED.
Don't you believe what Samsung is saying?So back to time Apple HDMI cable, I have it with a new Samsung 4k and the new 4K atv, it says it’s getting 4K hdr at 60hz, would this in fact conclude it is working correctly and transmitting 4K hdr or is it upscaling?
Commenting on this thread because I have an old Apple HDMI cable from around 2011 or so that I have been using with my Apple TV since. Recently upgraded to the 4K one and decided to use it for the heck of it and was shocked to see that it supports 4K. Mostly shocked because it's 7 years old and 4K felt like such a weird concept back then... especially considering how long it took Apple to get on board with it. Was a happy moment though.Should have known that
Having another look at it - hdmi.org confirms, that there indeed is only a "High Speed" HDMI cable, that is HDMI 2.0 compatible. 18Gbps bandwidh was achieved by altering the signalling method of the interface. Not the cable.
Don't you believe what Samsung is saying?
It would be upscaling if it reported receiving lower res image than 4K. If it says it receives 4K at 60Hz, then that must be what comes out from your HDMI cable. And this is to be expected with aTV 4K unless you've set it to output 1080p or even less in Audio & Video Settings.