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Old 11-02-2022, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default Apple TV 2022 will have QMS/VRR Support

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The third-gen Apple TV 4K has another bit of future proofing up its sleeve: later this year, a software update will add support for what’s known as QMS VRR. This enables compatible TVs to switch between different frame rates without any black screens or noticeable picture interruptions.

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Another new addition coming later this year to the Apple TV is Quick Media Switching, also known as QMS VRR. This gives you a more seamless experience by enabling instant changes between content of different framerates, which eliminates the black or blank screen you see when switching between that content on media boxes.

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Exciting news indeed, providing you’ve got a TV that supports it that is.
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Exciting news indeed, providing youve got a TV that supports it that is.
I would think that any TV that supports HDMI Forum VRR would support QMS, no? It's really just being able to charge refresh rate output without signal loss, which is exactly what VRR does on gaming consoles and such.
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