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hey everyone..
before a week i bought a new TV for the PS3,
http://www.samsung.com/africa_en/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UA32F5500AKXXA
SAMSUNG 32' LED, FHD 1080P, Smart TV, 100HZ and i wanna set up the tv settings for GTA V (thats i already have) i play and i know for sure i can get better graphic than how i playing right now..
well if anyone can help me with the tv settings its will be nice...
i need everything from Picture Mode: if set on standard/ Movie/ Game mode (in general settings on or off?) how many constrast? brighness? sharpess? dynamic constrast? hdmi black level, black tone on or off? rgb only mode? color space? and all those options i wrote only what i remembered.. what should i do to see the best graphic in my PS3?
and do i need to change something in the PS3 display settings? i did a reset settings and its all set on 1080p should i choose 720p? rgb full or limited? ps smoothing on? off? i really dont know what to do..
btw i using HDMI Cable..

please i need your help to get the best tv settings & ps3 settings to see the best grahpic on gta v and the other games

Edit:
the thing i wanna fix its when i look far on building/cars and more in GTA V (and some other games) i sww it jaggie/aa/fixelate i really dont know how to call it but i wanna fix it..


thanks so much!!
Edited by Natix - 9/28/13 at 4:45am
post #2 of 15
Get this to set up your TV:
http://www.amazon.com/Disney-WOW-World-Wonder-Blu-ray/dp/B0045ASBLG

1080p is fine
PS Smoothing only affects PS1/2 games
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by TornadoTJ View Post

Get this to set up your TV:
http://www.amazon.com/Disney-WOW-World-Wonder-Blu-ray/dp/B0045ASBLG

1080p is fine
PS Smoothing only affects PS1/2 games

i know 1080p is fine but what should i do for the best graphics to my tv?
thanks
post #4 of 15
Buy a calibration BluRay like I posted and calibrate your TV. Anything else is guessing.
post #5 of 15
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Buy a calibration BluRay like I posted and calibrate your TV. Anything else is guessing.

ok thanks and any other option to calibrate my tv to ps3?
post #6 of 15
Calibrate your 2 point white balance require you to fork out 150 dollars +
post #7 of 15
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Edit:
the thing i wanna fix its when i look far on building/cars and more in GTA V (and some other games) i sww it jaggie/aa/fixelate i really dont know how to call it but i wanna fix it.

What you are experiencing is, most likely, not related to your TVs settings, though turning down sharpness and turning off any edge enhance features on your TV will help. Unfortunately, you won't be able to get rid of the jaginess you are seeing, mainly because that's just how the game is. After all, the PS3 is 7 years old.
post #8 of 15
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What you are experiencing is, most likely, not related to your TVs settings, though turning down sharpness and turning off any edge enhance features on your TV will help. Unfortunately, you won't be able to get rid of the jaginess you are seeing, mainly because that's just how the game is. After all, the PS3 is 7 years old.

yes i guess you right, the jaginess is al labout the console i guess.. i put off all the sharpness/Black hdmi level, and every option that can make this jaggie happens.. i think i have to get use to the console/GTA V graphic..
well there is any settings to turn off/on excpet sharpness and what i said in samsung?

thanks (:
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what should i do with the distance jagginess? please help someone
post #12 of 15
As I've already stated, there is nothing you can do to get rid of them entirely but adjusting and/or calibrating your TV will help to minimize them.

I would suggest using test patterns from this very site here. If you download the MP4 version, you can put the basic test patterns on a flash drive and view them on your PS3. Also be sure to read the patterns manual so you know what you are looking at.

And just for reference, since every TV is different, someone else's settings will likely not work on your set, even if they have the same model.
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As I've already stated, there is nothing you can do to get rid of them entirely but adjusting and/or calibrating your TV will help to minimize them.

I would suggest using test patterns from this very site here. If you download the MP4 version, you can put the basic test patterns on a flash drive and view them on your PS3. Also be sure to read the patterns manual so you know what you are looking at.

And just for reference, since every TV is different, someone else's settings will likely not work on your set, even if they have the same model.
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What basically do i have to see in those patterns? i just see the patterns and i have to change the settings?
well i understand the jaggies are normal and there is nothing to do to get rid of them just like you said "minimize" them.
there is anything to do at the ps3? tv settings? some good settings to samsung fhd led ? i need some good settings/tips

and thanks again you helped alot!
post #14 of 15
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ok i understand the jaggies is to all kind of tv/ps3 settings/tv settings cuz the console/game and you cant remove them onlyto minimize them, any tip to minimize the jaggies for ps3 GTA V? samsung led FHD 32'

THANKS
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