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how can you download the white color - too bright

i have oled
white is too much white
how can you download the white color

no connection to the brightness or OLED lighting or Contras

lg added a fourth color, and no one thought to add the option to download white ?

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i have oled
white is too much white
how can you download the white color

no connection to the brightness or OLED lighting or Contras

lg added a fourth color, and no one thought to add the option to download white ?

Try Warm2/W50 Color Temperature.

Also start with a Contrast value of 70. Brightness 50 and OLED Light at 25. Try different combinations.
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Try Warm2/W50 Color Temperature.

Also start with a Contrast value of 70. Brightness 50 and OLED Light at 25. Try different combinations.

this is bad direction
white turns to yellow
the screen is dark

but Something good in the picture with Super Resolution


what different combinations ?

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this is bad direction
white turns to yellow
the screen is dark

but Something good in the picture with Super Resolution


what different combinations ?
You should use W50 or Warm2, you will get used to it.

Super Resolution Off.

Black Level: Low

ISF Mode, THX Mode or Game Mode
OLED Light 50
Contrast 70 or 80
Brightness 50
Sharpness 0
Tint 0
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You should use W50 or Warm2, you will get used to it.

Super Resolution Off.

Black Level: Low

ISF Mode, THX Mode or Game Mode
OLED Light 50
Contrast 70 or 80
Brightness 50
Sharpness 0
Tint 0
first of all thanks for your help


the problem that black with out details
how i get details in black ?
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first of all thanks for your help


the problem that black with out details
how i get details in black ?
Keep tweaking away at the settings. Read the owners thread. Hire a professional to calibrate (this sounds like YOUR best bet).

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first of all thanks for your help


the problem that black with out details
how i get details in black ?
You are welcome.

Try a Brightness setting of 52, Contrast 80, OLED Light 25 or 50. Black Level setting: Low, Gamma Medium
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Keep tweaking away at the settings. Read the owners thread. Hire a professional to calibrate (this sounds like YOUR best bet).

LG senior technician was in my house to see the oled 9300

online from the web distorted images
image processing worse
poorly upscale
No color depth
No texture

the technician said this problem by LG not work well with a computer and not reading the signals correctly from the computer ( Samsung have advantage in this area )
no problem with Cable
4:4:4 - does not improve anything ( not read right the signal from computer )
Unable to perform calibration from disc ( screen not reads the signals good from the disc )
no from Disney WOW or Munsil HD Benchmark and Calibration Disc

LG will take the screen back and return the money

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do you suggest using the cinema mode or standard as the base picture mode?
I would suggest Game Video Mode. Lwess processing: movies and games have more fluid motion, with no dcrease in pq. That is the mode I use.
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I would suggest Game Video Mode. Lwess processing: movies and games have more fluid motion, with no dcrease in pq. That is the mode I use.
I tried game mode and the judder was terrible since the trumotion is disabled in game mode so I went back to cinema mode, I like trumotion set all the way up at "Clear" to smoothen the motion.
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I tried game mode and the judder was terrible since the trumotion is disabled in game mode so I went back to cinema mode, I like trumotion set all the way up at "Clear" to smoothen the motion.
Sorry to ask, you work with a computer ?
USB or cable ?
if you work with computer what video card ? and player ?

all entrance has its own problems

Something more important LG not writing if they have HDCP ?
what kind HDCP ?
Value Electronics writing HDCP 2.2
http://www.65ec9700.com/55ec9300.html

how can it be ? HDCP 2.2 for 4K
LG site Unregistered nothing on 9300 HDCP
http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-55EC9300

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Honestly you should not be using the OLED as a PC monitor, it really should be just used on video game consoles. But the judder should not be a problem as a PC monitor, it's only the content that is under 60fps that is a problem.

Also that poor up-scaling is what you call field of view on 4k, because you are sitting so close to it will look unnatural, as that content was developed to be seen further away. That happens on all 4k TV's, even the top of the line ones.
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I'm currently using the ec9300 as a computer monitor and I love it. Text is clear(4:4:4 capable), all TV image processing is turned off(Input label is set to PC as well) and I use software processing(madVR, DSPlayer) to get the best video picture I can. Plus I don't sit closer than 7 feet so the screen door effect isn't there. I've got the screensaver and TV turn-off timer set pretty aggressively just to be on the safe side, but I've accidentally had a desktop stay on the screen for over 8 hours with no sign of even image retention on the icons. My guess is that the LG tech told you not to use it as PC monitor to cover their butt, since the risk of IR is possible with OLED, though few have experienced it.

As for HDCP 2.2, the EC9300 is a 1080p TV, so HDCP 2.2 will add nothing for you since the purpose of it is protecting 4k content.
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I tried game mode and the judder was terrible since the trumotion is disabled in game mode so I went back to cinema mode, I like trumotion set all the way up at "Clear" to smoothen the motion.
That's more of a unfair comparison of the motion modes. If you swap them out side by side you're going to like it more with it on than off.

You need to get a regular TV with an HDMI repeater and compare the TV's. You will notice that the judder problem is actually normal for television sets.

After about 10 minutes your brain will correct the notion and it won't appear to skip as much.

Remember that perception is all in the brain, our eyes are really bad. It's the brain that makes things appear, if you believe something is bad you will be convinced it is. You already had the perception of oled having motion issues, this is why you think it is bad.

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