For 4kp60 video you will need to use libreElec, currently that's the system that has a full implementation of the hevc decoder hardware.Pfuriosus77 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:19 amSo turns out the latest update had disabled the 4kp60 setting, which now seems to only be available via raspi-config, no longer in the settings panel via the GUI. Upon turning it on, 60 Hz options for 4K resolutions become available via the configure display panel but this does nothing for playing even 1080p60 video decently, let alone 4K video. Hopefully this is being worked on.
Certainly not within chromium.jamesh wrote:But 1080p60 should be ok on Raspbian.
Sorry, got the wires crossed. Somebody in a thread about chromium mentioned the same thing.
OMXplayer has been updated for Pi4 and 4K60?Should be OK with OMXplayer though I think?