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Hello,

I have a weird issue with movies encoded in 3840x2076 resolution on my LG EG920V (WbOS2.0). Somehow the TV doesn't properly handle this resolution. As you can see in the attached picture half the screen is noisy with a green horizontal bar at the bottom. I tried to play the same file (.mkv) from PLEX (Xplay/Plex), EMBY(Emby Theatre/Screenplay), as well as directly from USB HDD - the same result. The conclusion, TV's internal player can't handle 2076 vertical resolution.

As an workaround I added horizontal black bars on top/bottom (42px each) with ffmpeg, but it's a very very slow process - on my AMD Ryzen 7 3700U (8 cores) it runs ~1fps. Anyway the result 3840x2160 runs without issue.

Is there any fix for this issue?

Kind regards,

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