Originally Posted by MisterSlowly
Black Crush is your settings being wrong.
You likely got Black Depth set to Low and RGB set to Full on the PS4.
HEnce the Black Crush.
Also are you actually playing in HDR or HDR+ ?
HDR+ is a gimmick as far as I can tell. I'm not using it.
For now I give up on regular HDR on consoles. It simply makes things worse - more than it makes things better. My settings for RGB and HDMI black level are correct - and match accordingly. For reference and in the name of science, I did try every combination of those two settings.
Here are a couple of images from Forza Horizon 3. Just go to the bare desert roads and repeat it for yourself. This is with HDR settings of backlight max, dynamic contrast set to high etc. All the settings that this forum recommends... SDR was taken at "normal" brightness levels, and all of those other settings off. For the record, no settings in HDR fixed this issue.
The desert road in HDR is basically a solid orange, with no visible texture. In no way is this preferable to the SDR version. You can test this for yourself. I don't doubt something is just wrong, and can potentially be fixed, but for NOW, this isn't good enough. Are the colors (the car etc) more vibrant? YES. Is it worth using HDR? NOPE. The funky image, and crushed blacks (look at the rear grills on the Ferrari, as well as the trees - black crush in full force).
Originally Posted by jinqui242
I had a similar problem with my Asus Chromebox (the Celeron 2955U model). I had the Kodi resolution set to 2160p and Movie mode simply disappeared from the TV options. Once I set it to 1080p, I was able to get Movie mode again. I don't know if that's the same issue with your Apple TV, but that's what I did. Maybe it's a HDMI 1.4 issue?
The Apple TV has a max res of 1080p (4th generation). So... yeah... oh well.