Originally Posted by darkmatter21
Now that I look at it more, I'm not sure Lavender Lip Effect accurately describes what I'm seeing. It's more of a blue or slightly purple fringing... never really on faces, more on edges when things on screen are in motion. Usually seen on shoulders and arms, maybe the sides of faces or heads, etc.
In photography it's technically known as "Chromatic Aberration," which is a failure of the lens' ability to properly focus colours. I'm not sure how this translates over to video content, and I can't see this being an issue with the source material as it occurs with TV broadcasts, Blu-rays, video files, and video games. Perhaps there's a way I can correct this in the colour management settings?
Been off this thread a while.
Just saw this post.
This is exactly what I had described in the thread, way back when. Think I even posted a photo?
Anyway, I still have the TV. But, cut the cord and only have O/A HD, NetFlix, XB1/PS4 games and rarely Blu Ray.
Don't really see this as often as before. (As well as LLE)
This blue ghosting on motion, likely is the TV's quirky response to motion and how it poorly renders under specific conditions? In my case, more common to DirecTV apparently. (Was really bad on shows like Walking Dead, which have that contrasty, grainy look.)
It also has that quirk, as addressed previously, where something like the sun shining through mist/fog, has circular bands radiating from it, instead of smooth, natural gradient away from the light source.