I just got another new Apple TV 4K - had previously returned one due to a video issue, but later discovered the issue was caused by my TVs motion processing. Since I was tired of my Chromecast freezing up and being a bit slow at times, I decided to give it another shot. As such, I’m trying to figure out the best settings to use. I know the experimental deinterlacer can help with interlaced content, as I saw previously (though the motion processing still made things worse).
With that said, I am curious - what is the advantage of the experimental audio and video drivers? I see on the menu it mentions 4K HDR for the video driver and better Airplay 2 for the audio driver. However, to my knowledge no TVE or OTA sources actually have 4K HDR, and I don’t have any AirPlay speakers. Is there any other benefit to using the experimental drivers? Also, what about “Match Content for Live TV”?