Flames have bad color tones on projector and idk how to fix it
so something i've noticed with my projector (Benq 2050a) over the past few months is that no matter what i do i can't seem to get the contrast right. If you watch the video from this link you can see what i mean. This is a clip from a movie i was watching and when an explosion came on screen it just looked really off and i can't tell if its the contrast or something else. All i know is when i turn the contrast down to 0-7 the discoloration of the flames go away but then it is too dark to watch. It bothers me because when i watch on the computer i can't notice and the flames look natural but not on my projector. Also happens with skin tones some faces look waxy as well as when i was watching a silent film the other day and the scene had a yellow tint and the over-contrastyness was present there. I've tried tweaking with all different sorts of settings (gamma, temperature, light mode) and i can't seem to get an satisfying picture. Anyone have any ideas?
fixed the link https://streamable.com/gidvn
Last edited by masterchubba; 04-09-2019 at 06:11 PM.