Originally Posted by shaddix
If you're using break-in slides then you'll be better off turning your contrast up high for that to get through the initial stage of phosphor use more quickly.
Some people do believe that it's better to actually pump up the contrast, like you say, but I think I'm just going to go with the normal 50 percent reductions that people talk about. I'm putting Contrast down to 49 and I have Brightness at 39.
I'll have to check the orbiter and see if it's off by default or on by default.
In the Advanced Menu, there are some settings like:
Dynamic Contrast -Low
Dynamic Color - Low
Noise Reduction - Low
Gamma - Medium
Black Level - High
Film Mode - grayed out/Off
Color Gamut - Wide
Edge Enhancer - On
Should I mess with any of these settings during break-in?
What about the Intelligent Sensor energy thing? I'm not sure what it's set to at default, but it has options for on, medium, high, stuff like that.