I just encoded a video file (to HEVC) with Handbrake, using the same settings preset that I have used on nearly 400 videos. Never had a problem before.
On this particular video, Infuse seems to be attempting a stereoscopic display with what appears to be inverted colors.
The same file displays perfectly in Kodi, which is installed on tvOS 11.2.6 via Xcode. (No jailbreak.) It also displays perfectly in VLC. I PREFER TO USE INFUSE, FOR THE RECORD…not trying to claim one product is better than the other.
I’ve attached pics of the Infuse output as [img_1304.jpg], and Kodi output as [img_1303.jpg].
I’ve also attached the MediaInfo data (excluding audio / chapter info) as [mediainfo.png]
Please let me know if you have any idea why Infuse is interpreting the file this way. For the record, the file worked fine prior to compressed on all platforms - Infuse is the only one on which it now fails.
P.S. - If it makes any difference - this is an Apple TV 4K, hooked up to a 1080p television. (I plan on buying a 4K TV very soon.) It shouldn’t matter, because this isn’t the first 4K movie I’ve played on my 1080p TV. Also, HDCP is not the issue - I’ll leave it at that…