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Old 12-13-2018, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default Xbox One X & Netflix 4K

So YouTube & Netflix are my only frequent go-to apps on any platform.

I checked my settings in Xbox One X.

TV Rez - Your Tv supports 4K UHD (60hz).
Movies & Tv - Your Tv supports 4K 10-bit at 24hz
Games - Your Tv setup supports up to native 4K for gaming.

Only Netflix app doesnít show 4K Ultra content. Only HD. I have no issues with PS4 Pro & I do have the Premium Netflix subscription which states up to 4 screens with HD & 4K Ultra.



I am currently going through platforms that have have Netflix on my devices.

My Tv has Netflix
My PS4 Pro has Netflix
My Samsung UHD has Netflix

I recently got Xbox One X Netflix.

That should be the limit under premium?

Am checking my 3 mobile devices to make sure & sign out of Netflix. If that doesnít resolve the issue, Iím at a loss.

Have any of you run into HD only content on your Netflix account using Xbox One X?

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Old 12-13-2018, 04:45 PM   #2
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if I'm not mistaken I think netflix 4k is limited to like netflix originals but I'm not sure but that's been my experience
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Old 12-13-2018, 04:59 PM   #3
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if I'm not mistaken I think netflix 4k is limited to like netflix originals but I'm not sure but that's been my experience
You are correct but a few shows that are not Netflix originals are in 4K like Breaking Bad but I think that’s up to the studios if they want their shows on Netflix’s to be in 4K and Netflix’s has to pay them aswell.
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Old 12-13-2018, 07:26 PM   #4
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Found right click on analog stick brings up resolution.

Netflix App on my Xbox One X doesnít support 4K on my 4K Sony Tv.

I can access 4K on PS4 Pro & the TV itself no problem.
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Old 12-13-2018, 08:21 PM   #5
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Netflix App on my Xbox One X doesnít support 4K on my 4K Sony Tv.
This doesn't seem right at all.

I know I've run across some users on the help forums that realized not all HDMI ports on their TV's support HDCP 2.2 which is necessary for some streaming apps to run 4k video.

If you post up your model number I can look a little deeper for you Derb.

If you reply with the model number or change ports before I get home, make sure to perform a hard reset on the Xbox after changing ports and rerun the video settings (the screen with the green check marks) in the Xbox Settings.

Perform a hard reset exactly as follows

-To perform a hard restart, hold the power button for 10 seconds while the system is on. The system will turn off. When you hit the button again, it will start and display the green start-up screen. All your data is preserved, but cache is cleared and some settings are reverted and log-in or game start issues are resolved.
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Old 12-13-2018, 10:15 PM   #6
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https://www.amazon.ca/Sony-XBR65X900.../dp/B00J588SJ8

I switched from HDMI 4/MHL to HDMI 3 port.

Also did this after,

Signed into Netflix to remove all devices.
Turned off Xbox.
Restarted TV
Restarted Netflix
Signed into Netflix
My Netflix setting for PQ is set to High.
Speed test shows 165mb/s on Netflix help from Xbox app.

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I didn’t do a hard reset on Xbox. I’ll give that a try & post back if that worked. Thanks.


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Did hard reset. Netflix still shows HD under titles that are Ultra HD.

I don’t get it. I can stream 4K YouTube’s no problem on X.

Looking at nerd stats on YouTube,

Current/Optimal Res 3840x2160@24 / 3840x2160@24
Codecs vp9 (313) / mp4a.40.2 (140)

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Old 12-13-2018, 10:31 PM   #7
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You probably already have this done but I found this.

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Set the HDMI Signal Format of your TV to Enhanced Format.
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Old 12-13-2018, 11:35 PM   #8
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You probably already have this done but I found this.
Thanks for the help.

I think I tried just about everything.

Itís probably because my TV doesnít support HDR or something. Maybe itís the codec MS uses for Netflix. The description from the Xbox store even says you need windows 10 for 4K. Kinda odd. Should mention the tiles & video previews from 4K Netflix look 4K.

Games at least look incredible especially RDR2 @ 2160.

I deleted Netflix. Iíve been very disappointed with their content for the past few months. Iíll probably cancel them. The non-4K on X is the icing on the cake.
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Well this gets more interesting.

The console canít playback UHD either. Decided to throw in a 4K film & was greeted to 1080/24.

So I changed my Monster cable to the Xbox HDMI cable provided. Nope. Same deal.

So really the only thing this console can do on my 4K is gaming. YouTube works sometimes. Viewport usually dips to 1440p though.

Basically if you donít have the option to check,

Allow HDR10
Allow Dolby Vision

Iím getting the impression Xbox One X doesnít have you covered.
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Old 12-17-2018, 03:47 PM   #10
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Well this gets more interesting.

The console canít playback UHD either. Decided to throw in a 4K film & was greeted to 1080/24.

So I changed my Monster cable to the Xbox HDMI cable provided. Nope. Same deal.

So really the only thing this console can do on my 4K is gaming. YouTube works sometimes. Viewport usually dips to 1440p though.

Basically if you donít have the option to check,

Allow HDR10
Allow Dolby Vision

Iím getting the impression Xbox One X doesnít have you covered.
You need to make sure your HDMI is set to Enhanced on the TV.

I get 4K and Dolby Vision with my Xboxes.
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Old 12-17-2018, 04:08 PM   #11
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What else is connected to the TV other than the X? And what devices are in between (like a receiver) or is it just directly from the X to the TV?

Also, what HDMI cables are you using and what is your TV model (and receiver model if you have one)?

And finally, have you checked the box under the settings where it says “Allow 4K”?



If you have all the settings set properly and your devices/cables support the latest codecs and bandwidth, then it should work fine. I’ve been watching stuff on Netflix from the Xbox One X in 4K, Dolby Vision, and Atmos since the update so the capability is definitely there.
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You need to make sure your HDMI is set to Enhanced on the TV.

I get 4K and Dolby Vision with my Xboxes.
I'm pretty sure that that's the problem
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Did you upgrade your Netflix membership to the premium 4K HDR membership?

Edit: see that you did
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You need to make sure your HDMI is set to Enhanced on the TV.

I get 4K and Dolby Vision with my Xboxes.
I looked on my TV for this option. I canít find enhanced.

The Xbox Display & Sound Video fidelity & overscan setting is set to Overrides, Auto-Detect (Recommend).

Iíll check again & see what my TV lets me do with HDMI.
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Old 12-18-2018, 12:38 PM   #15
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What else is connected to the TV other than the X? And what devices are in between (like a receiver) or is it just directly from the X to the TV?

Also, what HDMI cables are you using and what is your TV model (and receiver model if you have one)?

And finally, have you checked the box under the settings where it says ďAllow 4KĒ?



If you have all the settings set properly and your devices/cables support the latest codecs and bandwidth, then it should work fine. Iíve been watching stuff on Netflix from the Xbox One X in 4K, Dolby Vision, and Atmos since the update so the capability is definitely there.
Sony XBR65X900B

Only 2 devices are connected to my TV. No AV equipment connected, just 2 consoles,

HDMI 1 - PS4 Pro
HDMI 2 - nothing
HDMI 3 - Xbox One X
HDMI 4 - nothing

First was using a Monster high-speed 27GB cable, then switched to the cable provided by Xbox One X. It is high speed as well.

These are checked;

Allow 24hz
Allow 3D
Allow YCC 4:2:2
Allow 4K

Everything else is greyed out.

4K details;

Tv resolution
- Your Tv supports 4K UHD (60hz) (green)

Watching Movies & TV
- Your Tv doesnít support 4K 10-bit at 24hz (yellow)
- Your Tv doesnít support 4K at 50hz (Red)
- Your Tv doesnít support 4K 10-bit at 60hz (yellow)
- Your Tv doesnít support HDR10 (Red)
- Your Tv doesnít support Dolby Vision (Red)

Playing Games
- Your Tv supports up to native 4K for gaming (green)
- Your Tv doesnít support HDR10 for gaming (Red)
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https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/s...icles/00167580

My tv is 2014

No enhanced mode in this year but it does say use HDMI 1 or 2.
I switched cable to HDMI 2.

Gonna try a hard reset on Xbox to see if it works. Btw, my Samsung UHD Player was connected here & didn’t have issues playing 4K discs, just didn’t do HDR.

Edit

No Dice.

I’ll need a 2015 or later model 4K to enjoy all the benefits of Xbox One X.

Thanks for the tips & advice, really appreciate it!

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Sony XBR65X900B

Only 2 devices are connected to my TV. No AV equipment connected, just 2 consoles,

HDMI 1 - PS4 Pro
HDMI 2 - nothing
HDMI 3 - Xbox One X
HDMI 4 - nothing

First was using a Monster high-speed 27GB cable, then switched to the cable provided by Xbox One X. It is high speed as well.

These are checked;

Allow 24hz
Allow 3D
Allow YCC 4:2:2
Allow 4K

Everything else is greyed out.

4K details;

Tv resolution
- Your Tv supports 4K UHD (60hz) (green)

Watching Movies & TV
- Your Tv doesn’t support 4K 10-bit at 24hz (yellow)
- Your Tv doesn’t support 4K at 50hz (Red)
- Your Tv doesn’t support 4K 10-bit at 60hz (yellow)
- Your Tv doesn’t support HDR10 (Red)
- Your Tv doesn’t support Dolby Vision (Red)

Playing Games
- Your Tv supports up to native 4K for gaming (green)
- Your Tv doesn’t support HDR10 for gaming (Red)


Try turning off the YCC 4:2:2. I think your TV might have limited HDMI bandwidth. So if you turn it off you might be able to get 4K from Netflix and other sources to the TV but you won’t be able to get 10bit color or proper HDR with 4K at the same time. I think that should make it output YCC 4:2:0 which would use less bandwidth and should allow 4K to your TV, if it doesn’t, then the Xbox is outputting 4:4:4 when 4:2:2 is off. But it’s definitely worth a try. Keep it connected to HDMI 2 btw.

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Try turning off the YCC 4:2:2. I think your TV might have limited HDMI bandwidth. So if you turn it off you might be able to get 4K from Netflix and other sources to the TV but you wonít be able to get 10bit color or proper HDR with 4K at the same time. I think that should make it output YCC 4:2:0 which would use less bandwidth and should allow 4K to your TV, if it doesnít, then the Xbox is outputting 4:4:4 when 4:2:2 is off. But itís definitely worth a try. Keep it connected to HDMI 2 btw.
Thanks, Iíll try that.

I can set HDMI to ďLimitedĒ or ďAutoĒ under TV settings. Itís currently on ďAutoĒ Iíll change that.
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I changed Dynamic Range settings on my TV to “Limited” & UN-checked 4:2:2 on Xbox as you suggested.

Netflix is working & showing Ultra 4K.
Blu-ray player is playing Transformers (yeah, that sheet movie) @ 4K

Holy hell!

Thanks!
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I changed Dynamic Range settings on my TV to ďLimitedĒ & UN-checked 4:2:2 on Xbox as you suggested.

Netflix is working & showing Ultra 4K.
Blu-ray player is playing Transformers (yeah, that sheet movie) @ 4K

Holy hell!

Thanks!
Nice! Glad to hear it worked .
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