Originally Posted by turts85
NVM, been a while since I played the game but it runs at 1080/30 on both ps4 and X1. Had to look up some old reviews, swear I thought it was updated. So no wonder it has this double image look or blurry look. Does that make sense then? So I guess it's not the TV, I would expect it to do this on Halo or any game that you have to turn or is fast paced. Halo must be 1080/60 and that looks great. I need a PC
Yeah, you should most definitely get on that!
I resisted the PC master race for a long time, my friends kept begging me, but I kept resisting. Finally jumped in when I found a good used rig for pretty cheap... holy cow, never going back (though I still adore my Xbox One as a media center, talking to your TV is just awesome, anyone who says otherwise hasn't given it a real try), I've now sank more money than I intended into my PC... but it's still cheaper than buying both consoles outright at launch price and has far more titles than both combined, and of course it'll stomp both in any game (which it did when I bought it for $350).
Originally Posted by friendlysmith
Yes, the screen will be extremely dark if both gpu and vivio p not set to rgb...
Awesome, I'll fiddle with those settings now then!
Originally Posted by St0chastic
Yes, I ran into the same issue. Make sure that colorspace is set to full RGB rather than AUTO. Also, you need to change the pixel format in your GPU settings to RBG 4:4:4.
Here is a link to a page with instructions on how to fix HDMI color on Nvidia and AMD GPUs:
I hope that helps!
This helps immensely! Thank you so much, I was ready to just accept it as a fault of the game/TV!
Originally Posted by Fascinate
So you are basically saying with this post a lot of netflix looks like crap on this TV with out of the box settings? This was the one thing i was worried about lol (my 2015 e series netflix looks like garbage with dark scenes.) I was told sony has by far the best upscaler, guess ill wait til my P55 arrives but it may be going back for a sony. Of course i will try your settings first tho.
Netflix looks fantastic out of the box... I have my Netflix set to the straight out of the box "*Calibrated" setting with the only change being the backlight turned down a bit and it kicks the pants off my old 51" Samsung Plasma, with 4k content it's jaw dropping too... I was in the "who cares about 4K" camp, but it's already changed my opinion on that, Daredevil in 4K looks awesome... though that series was clearly shot with HDR in mind so I can't wait for it to have the DV support
Also, just want to confirm that my casting issues have been fully solved. I've been watching Netflix and Youtube via casting without a single hickup the past couple of nights