Here are my Netflix settings that I adjusted aiming to maximise "on screen contrast" and definition without too bad side effects.
I used "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" for contrast and reality creation adjustments and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" for adjusting shadow detail color.
The reason I don't use dynamic contrast booster is that it just darkens dark scenes and brightens bright scenes. I wanted really candles and camp fire to pop out while maintaining good black level.(key components in this are brightness control, black booster, and gamma +1 to make those candles pop out in dark scenes)
color temp: Neutral
MPEG noise filter: off
Dot noise filter:auto
Reality creation: Manual
video area detection: off
resolution:45 (more than this will start to look grainy)
Smooth gradation:low (helps if original content is showing gradiation bands in sky e.g)
Black corrector: medium
contrast enhancer: off
led dynamic control:standard
auto light limiter: off
clear white: off
White balance:blue bias -2 (removes tendency for blue shadows if issue with your set)
detail enhancer: off
edge enhancer: off
skin naturaliser: off
(I used WD TV streaming box instead of internal netflix app to gain access to all the settings)
Last edited by Raitzi; Today at 07:06 AM.