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webOS OSE - Open Source Edition

HP Open Sourced webOS to the world. webOS OSE is a project that was lead by HP and now LG. webOS OSE Developer Discussions.

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  1. webOS OSE Youtube Channel

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  2. Open webOS GitHub

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  3. Open WebOS Beta

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    • 49lh600t lg tv not aap Disney hotstar plz provide this aap
    • Not aap hotstar available.
    • Cheers...hmm - i think itll go pretty well un-noticed....love it if they started making 3d tv's again!
    • @davexnet  I thought the OP (@colin lawson ) was asking how to tell what the actual broadcast signal was, before being upscaled and displayed, so sorry if I confused things. Certainly a 4K TV will, as you say, upscale to "fill the screen" pixels from the lower resolution source. But, on some sets, SD can look awful, unless at a distance away (say 9 to 10 feet). Given that some channels on Freeview/Sky/Foxtel are still only using SD (and even on "HD" channels, I think SOME older stuff still goes ou at SD) , have a read of this quote from : link hidden, please login to view "Perhaps the biggest problem with 4K is upscaling. Upscaling means taking something of a lower resolution (like 480p DVD) and stretching it out to fit on higher resolution display. All 4K TVs upscale, obviously. However, not all of them do it very well. Poorly upscaled content can look grainy and soft with jagged edge and loss of detail. Even older standard definition can look just plain bad no matter what 4K TV you buy." Other useful sources of pros/cons: link hidden, please login to view link hidden, please login to view
    • Actually this is happening to me as well.
    • Isn't the screen always running at 4k (3840x2160) ? Lower definition feeds are upscaled to the native resolution, as far as I know
    • @Clipped Sorry, I meant to aim that comment at:  @Perry1234 .
    • I think you're confusing me an another poster. I don't use sling or an n600 BUT it's all apps that can't open, and I only have 3: Disney+, Pandora, Youtube.


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