Originally Posted by JamHandMan
I've been using the TV in Game Low Latency mode. this disables film mode and judder settings. I did try a toggle of game mode on/off and played with the settings mentioned, but didn't see a difference.
Movies with the GLL On may disable the Film and Judder settings, but it's not 'natural' looking for fast action in movies. That's for Gaming. I find it best to leave GLL Off and have Film Off and Reduce Judder Off to best replicate film-projected movies at 24fps.
The gamma setting for my TV is adjust correctly, there's just something odd about this movie with the black levels. Maybe it was done on purpose... not sure... I typically have Clear Action on, back light strobing, to get a gamma between 2.2 and 2.4. I find 2.4 is far to dark on my panel.
Clear Action for movies/series? I wasn't aware that having CA On changes the Gamma.
CA and GLL would give me artifacts and 'not normal' fast action in movies and series. These settings are not activated in Calibrated
or Calibrated Dark
mode for TV/Movie watching. It's like you're almost in full Game Mode for TV/Movie watching.
You will find at times, content having lack of contrast or too much. To add contrast, lower the Brightness as per needed for certain content. I've done this for a number of NetFlix content over the years. I do it for Browns and OSU football games during foggy or misty or rain to add contrast. Some Display watchers don't want to fuss with the picture per content and leave their settings alone most if not all the time. ("I couldn't live like that" - from what comedy duo is this quote?
Hint: Most likely only some of the oldest here would know, unless you go search.)
Is anyone else experiencing this? Let me try a DV marvel show to see if it's localized to this movie. I'm not sure what else to check out, but it basically makes the movie unwatchable for me...
Again, the movie you mentioned does have less then 'normal' contrast. I had to knock the Brightness down to about 40 for that movie when I tested it for a bit. Didn't you do this?