Thanks everyone for the quick responses. I am on a Mac and the fix posted worked like a charm. Thanks for the help!
is there any way to get prevent these station logo things or stupid banner ads in the corners of the screen from showing up or at least turning down their intensity???? they are such an annoying distraction.
Like others here, I am very particular and sensitive to how images look. Having been in printing and color management for many years, I know what a challenge it is to consistently reproduce images correctly. Chunon says 'exhibits the issue from time to time.' If we agree to rule out that his vision is not consistent over time, then we are left with 2 possibilities:
1. Tv has intermittent problem, causing it to display high green.
2. Source material is not neutral (= too green.)
Color management relies on the use of standard test images to evaluate the performance of different parts of the system; monitors, proofing, or actual printed materials. The PDI test Image is the gold standard for checking performance.... gray scale images, Gretag Color Checker, neutral areas, very deep shadows, and 4 different skin types. Whenever I have some issue, I always compare using this image.
http://www.imagescience.com.au/kb/questions/94/PDI+Printer+Test+Image Download and copy to SD card to view on the TV!
I have looked at carefully on my, pretty new 60ST60, and skin tones are wonderful, which is why I bought this TV. I live in Mexico, so do not have a pro calibration, and started with DNice settings. Dark grey scale in the 20% range looked a little green, so I tweaked up in WB controls. Now looks very neutral from 0 to 256 output. I have a couple of suggestions....
1. Get to know the PDI image, if you have a good computer monitor, check the grey scales... The Gretag Color Checker greys are perfectly neutral, the border of the Heidelberg is slightly rose, and the Kodaks are very slightly green.
2. Compare under correct viewing conditions on your TV. The image should compare favorable to your monitor.
3. If there is a problem on the TV, first check ur test image, does it look normal or not correct.
This allows you to quickly determine if is the TV or the source material. If is the source, then end of story, if is the TV, then time to check ur settings! If the PDI image looks significantly different than before then there is an intermittent problem or change to the settings.