Originally Posted by Simon1921
I actually have a HD Fury vertex as well. I have mostly used it for sending 2160p to the tv and 1080p to my capture card.
I may have missed it in your other thread, but are you using a low/limited black setting on your TV when in HDR? I saw that you said that HDR is not affected when setting the Xbox to limited/standard or PC RGB/Full. Does that mean if I am playing a game in HDR and the Xbox is also set to standard/limited color space then my tv black level should also be set to low/limited? Sorry if this is obvious. I just got confused when it comes to BT2020.
So Black Level on Sony's is a bit different (called HDMI video range, but a separate Color space setting for the REC value is available too). They both have Auto settings that work quite well - I haven't seen it detect the wrong signal once yet as far as I can tell from content, so all my tests in that other thread were run with Auto on the TV for all these settings.
You can set them manually, though, so I played with that to try and determine this for you. Unfortunately, you can't see what Auto on the TV sets each setting to as there's no "tell" on the TV menu, but from visual comparison, looking at a movie source first, flipping back and forth between Auto, Full, and Limited, Auto mode matches Limited. Then I booted a game (PS4 Pro game in this case, though it shouldn't matter) in HDR. I can confirm HDR Mode is HDR10, HDMI Video Range is Limited (Full looks washed out by comparison), and Color Space is BT.2020. All settings set to Auto look exactly the same. Again, this is determined visually, but I don't know another way I can do it since the TV is the endpoint. I did pop open the PS4 web browser (which stays in HDR mode if an HDR game is running) and did the Lagom Black Level test (http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/black.php
). That confirms the same - that Limited is showing black levels properly (all boxes visible with the first row very close to black) and that Full will elevate blacks and wash out the picture.
HDR is NOT affected by the Color Space setting on the XBOX, but that only applies to what it's outputting, not how the TV handles it coming in. If there is no Auto setting, from what I can determine, Deep Color needs enabled on that HDMI port, and yes, Black Level should be Low, at least based on my findings (but without an OLED to test).
This also seems to back that up and deals with your model: https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/commen...e_tv_settings/
Hope that helps! You can always try toggling Black Level in the dark scene of an HDR game to check for yourself. It should look good (properly dark, but still visible enough) on the proper setting of Low and washed out on Full, but if you get something different, let us know.