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Warm 2 in combination with the settings i posted earlier are the most correct settings accoding to the industry standards. What this means is that the image will be the most accurate as intended by the content creater.

But in the end the only 'correct' settings are the ones you find the most pleasing to look at with your own eyes. Just go for Warm 1 (or any other option) if that feels better to your eyes
Thanks. I will leave it at Warm 2 and see if I can adjust and if not, just change it to Warm 1.

BTW, in terms of gaming, especially HDR gaming, Hitman and it's first stage Paris have been available free for some time now. So if folks want to see HDR gaming and check their settings, I highly recommend Hitman, not only for HDR, but because it's a fine game, in my opinion. (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)
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I didn't pay attention to this years CES but I'm guessing we're not getting a new OCB to hopefully update the connections for our TV? Was really hoping to get HDMI 2.1 and USB 3.1

I mean I was under the impression one of the main benefits of separating the connections to the OCB ( other than having cleaner cable management since they wont be sticking out your TV ) was the ability to change it to a newer one a few years down the line. Really hope this is still a thing they're planning.

Also back when I was active here last year I remember talks of a Dolby Vision firmware update? Or at least the HDR version of it ( I forget what it was called ). Is that still a thing?
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just received update 1220 this morning. Hopefully others get it today.
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Many are noticing the increase in HDR brightness with fw update 1220.6/1220.7, right?
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Got update 1220 today too. I'm in Texas.
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I got the update today finally too. Kinda threw my settings all out of wack though. What’s everyone using for PS4 pro hdr game settings now with this update?
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My settings' are the same with update but now i have a bright spot just above the samsung logo, which wasnt there before the update! I turned down backlight cause the picture did seem brighter than before update ,but its still there and dont see any good out come for this tv. Picture is definitely brighter and seems more crisp and less motion jitter, maybe its just me im just feeling bummed now and way out of warranty.

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HDR Issue

I have a home theater PC attached to my Samsung TV. The PC has an NVIDIA 1050ti video card. I leave the PC in HDR mode. Tonight I updated Windows 10 and the NVIDIA video card driver. Now when I play a 1080P or lower resolution movie in full screen mode, HDR automatically shuts off. HDR remains on at all other times, such as when I'm just on the desktop of the PC or when I'm playing a 4K movie. Is there any way to force HDR to stay on all the time. Before the updates, it was always on.

Each time I go into full screen mode when playing a non-4K movie, HDR goes off. When I exit full screen mode, HDR comes back on. This only happens with non-4K movies in full screen mode. If I move the mouse, HDR kicks in, but, once the pointer disappears, HDR switches off.

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Still no update for me and my T-JZMUABC TV - Asia Pacific region.
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Also back when I was active here last year I remember talks of a Dolby Vision firmware update? Or at least the HDR version of it ( I forget what it was called ). Is that still a thing?
Dolby Vision never was a thing and never will be. Not sure what talks you're remembering.

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Apps aren't part of the firmware and will update/remove themselves completely independently of firmware.
1220 just streamed into my TV here in Oklahoma City. I have now once again unplugged from the Internet.
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Many are noticing the increase in HDR brightness with fw update 1220.6/1220.7, right?
Yes, it's quite noticeable. I don't think we're hallucinating.
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I got the update today finally too. Kinda threw my settings all out of wack though. What’s everyone using for PS4 pro hdr game settings now with this update?
My HDR gaming settings did not change except I don't need DC Low to play PUBG on my Xbox X. God of War in HDR on PS4 is great w/ default settings no DC. BL20/C100/Sharp 0/Smart LED High/DC Off/Color Auto
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I didn't pay attention to this years CES but I'm guessing we're not getting a new OCB to hopefully update the connections for our TV? Was really hoping to get HDMI 2.1 and USB 3.1

I mean I was under the impression one of the main benefits of separating the connections to the OCB ( other than having cleaner cable management since they wont be sticking out your TV ) was the ability to change it to a newer one a few years down the line. Really hope this is still a thing they're planning.

Also back when I was active here last year I remember talks of a Dolby Vision firmware update? Or at least the HDR version of it ( I forget what it was called ). Is that still a thing?
Samsung offered an updated OCB for a previous TV, but there's never been any talk or intention of offering an updated OCB for this TV. There are no brains in our OCB, just ports, so upgrading wouldn't likely do anything. Someone with contacts in Samsung indicated that there never was much in the way of real interest for updated OCB's (apart from a handful of enthusiasts) so they didn't have any real incentive to offer updated OCB's for newer TV's. So unfortunately, it's not a thing they are still planning because they never planned to offer it.

As far as Dolby Vision is concerned, you might be thinking of another TV? Samsung is dead set against Dolby Vision - to the point where they helped make the HDR10 standard so that they didn't have to pay Dolbys licensing fees. It's definitely not coming to our TV's, and never was.
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Samsung offered an updated OCB for a previous TV, but there's never been any talk or intention of offering an updated OCB for this TV. There are no brains in our OCB, just ports, so upgrading wouldn't likely do anything. Someone with contacts in Samsung indicated that there never was much in the way of real interest for updated OCB's (apart from a handful of enthusiasts) so they didn't have any real incentive to offer updated OCB's for newer TV's. So unfortunately, it's not a thing they are still planning because they never planned to offer it.

As far as Dolby Vision is concerned, you might be thinking of another TV? Samsung is dead set against Dolby Vision - to the point where they helped make the HDR10 standard so that they didn't have to pay Dolbys licensing fees. It's definitely not coming to our TV's, and never was.
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Sorry I meant HDR10. Are we still getting a firmware update for that?

As for the OCB - that's a shame. I suppose I'll just wait another 2-3 years before I replace my TVs assuming they last that long.

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Sorry I meant HDR10. Are we still getting a firmware update for that?
We already have HDR10, that is the main standard that the TV supports.

Perhaps you meant HDR10Plus? If so, it's looking very unlikely. But this isn't a problem since there is zero HDR10Plus content. There was one press release saying that Amazon had some HDR10Plus content, but so far not one person who owns the allegedly supported models (2017 and later) has found HDR10Plus labelled content on Amazon.

As far as we know, no-one has been able to demonstrate that ANY of the Amazon Prime Video streams are actually HDR10+ yet, anywhere in the world. Amazon themselves say this on the subject:

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  • HDR10+*- Select UHD Samsung TVs (2017 and later models) can stream Prime Video content In the HDR10+ format. If your television is compatible, and the Prime Video title supports it, an "HDR10+" label appears instead of the normal "HDR" label in the video details.
  • Dolby Vision*– Certain HDR titles feature Dolby Vision, which is the Dolby Labs HDR standard. For these titles, a "Dolby Vision" icon shows in the video details instead of an "HDR" label.
So, I'm still waiting for one person to post one screenshot showing the HDR10+ logo proudly displayed in the Amazon Prime Video app for one HDR title. Until I see that, as far as I'm concerned all the people with Samsung 2017 TVs who think they are getting HDR10+ are just seeing a placebo effect. After all, if the streams really were HDR10+, Amazon would be shouting it from the rooftops on Amazon wouldn't they? Since they are the first and only provider of this new format? They wouldn't be burying all knowledge of which streams were in which format, or mislabelling them all, that would be ludicrous...

TL;DR - even if you have a Samsung 2017 TV, if it's not displaying the HDR10+ logo on the page on Amazon where you press play and next to where it says "subtitles" and "5.1" etc - it's not going to be a HDR10+ stream.
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what the ****? who thinks its a good idea, in comparison to something like altered carbon it looks like ass , im an old man i want my picture clean and clear
Who, the owner and creator of the content, that's who. It's their choice, artistically, to make it look how they want it to, it is their creation, and they think it is a good idea. Their creation is offered to you on a "watch it or don't" basis. Just like the green tint in "The Matrix". That was a creative choice too.
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Can somone help me better understand HDR and HDR+? I'm using Standard mode for HDR. However, for 1080P, Standard mode color and contrast are too intense. I like how 1080P looks in HDR+ mode. However, when an HDR source plays, the TV stays in HDR+ mode. It doesn't change back to Standard. I thought, okay, I'll adjust Standard Mode for 1080P, so that all the settings are just like HDR+. I made everything I could the same. That way HDR and 1080P will both be in Standard mode. The TV remembers the different settings. To me though, Standard still doesn't look as good as HDR+ for 1080P. So here's my question, will leaving on HDR+, since I mostly watch 1080P, screw with HDR movies on the rare occasion I play one? For now, I'm just leaving it in Standard mode with HDR+ off because I think I read somewhere that HDR+ sort of breaks true HDR. Maybe I misremember...

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Yes, it's quite noticeable. I don't think we're hallucinating.
Good to know! Will be looking forward to this update for sure! Most likely hopefully sometime in June or before as I just received 1220 yesterday.
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This used to happen to me. Are you on an Nvidia card? Be sure to update the NViDIA firmware and the firmware of the TV both to the newest.

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HDR brightness is definitely higher after latest update, hope it's not Samsung's way to burn out our LED's quicker.
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I think the HDR picture is greatly improved since the most recent firmware update.
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Since the the latest FW update I have definitely noticed a brighter HDR image and ironically less edge blooming on my set.
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What do I need Samsung account for? What am I missing by using the TV without logging into my account?
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Many are noticing the increase in HDR brightness with fw update 1220.6/1220.7, right?
Yes many have. I've had this TV since June 2016 and from the get go its had a fantastic PQ both SDR and HDR. Luckily I've not experienced any of the issues reported here such as panel deficiencies, light bleed, blooming etc. I have also never noticed any improvements to the picture (or degradation) through all the updates. Simply put the TV PQ is as fantastic now as it was nearly 2 years ago

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Yes many have. I've had this TV since June 2016 and from the get go its had a fantastic PQ both SDR and HDR. Luckily I've not experienced any of the issues reported here such as panel deficiencies, light bleed, blooming etc. I have also never noticed any improvements to the picture (or degradation) through all the updates. Simply put the TV PQ is as fantastic now as it was nearly 2 years ago
I repeated my brightness measurements yesterday, and couldn't get more than 800 nits with a 10% size pattern in HDR. Quite frustrating! If anyone else has a meter and can reproduce what I somehow read on 14th April (1200 nits), I'd appreciate it very much

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I apologize if this has already been asked before. Do I have to re-calibrate my picture settings after this latest update? I have mine set to the original r8tings recommended settings which have been fine for me. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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No, this TV cannot pass-through High-resolution audio (or any of the new uncompressed lossless HD Audio formats from video sources).

Note: The main claimed benefit of high-resolution audio files is superior sound quality over compressed audio formats. High-resolution audio is defined as: "Lossless audio that is capable of reproducing the full range of sound from recordings that have been mastered from better than CD quality music sources." (In other words, audio that has a higher sampling frequency and bit depth than CD's 44.1kHz/16-bit.)

However, the important question is: are you able to actually notice a difference between those two "sampling rates"(96kHz vs. 48kHz)? (Because most people can't.)

There's actually not much difference (audibly speaking) between a sampling frequency of "96kHz at 24-bit" and a "48kHz" sampling rate at that same 24 bit-depth (also, the bit-depth makes more of a difference than the sampling rate). "Sampling frequency" refers to the number of times samples are taken per second when the analogue sound waves are converted into digital. The more bits there are, the more accurately the signal can be measured in the first place, so 16-bit to 24-bit can reveal a noticeable difference in quality.

So I'd say, don't worry about it - you probably wouldn't be able to hear the difference anyways.


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That said, I'm a recording musician and absolutely can hear the different between sample rate and bit depth settings. I wouldn't have bought the playback gear I have otherwise!
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