Originally Posted by Silver Phoenix
I thought x.v. color is more for use with a computer monitor? What exactly does it do? Should this be set for all modes? I was told not to bother with x.v. color before.
One other thing, what HD size is the best use? It's set on HD Size 1, but oddly HD Size 2 shrinks the image down a little bit, like HD 1 is set to zoom and HD 2 is supposed to be the actual size.
I don't even know where to look for a quality IFC technician, and I know they're not cheap.
RGB full is for a computer monitor. If you enable super white, then you can take advantage of x.v.color on the tv.http://www.nextgg.com/index-PS3updates.html
"When [Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr Super-White (HDMI)] is set to [On], video content from AVCHD discs recorded in x.v.Color can be played with a wide color scale."
On my ps3, i have the following set:
Display: superwhite- on, rgb full- limited, cross color-off
Video: bd/dvd output - y pb/cb pr/cr, 24 hz off
On my tv I have under picture:
color mgmt - off, x.v.color 0 auto, cats - off, video nr off, black level light, hd size -2
re: hd size:http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...postcount=5534
"**A word about size 1 vs 2: This is only a concern with HD channels. Most OTA HD channels do not utilize full 100% pixel and therefore have color bars running vertically, usually on the left side (these bars can be pronounced or little more than a thin line). For this reason these TVs have the size 1 option which is very slightly "zoomed" in, it's about 97% of the image and gets rid of those annoying bars. When gaming and watching blu rays/HD DVDs one should always utilize the full pixel size 2 option for maximum resolution potential.