Originally Posted by vtpossum
So did you leave Cinema Home at the factory presets or did you tweak them? And if so what are the Cinema Home factory presets, I have messed around with mine so much I am not sure what they are anymore! I just watched Bourne Legacy (UHD HDR) in a dark room and played around with the brightness and found out that even though the black borders may get lighter the movie itself did not change all that much from max brightness till about 12 on the scale and then it got noticeably darker going down past that point.
(Take into account that the Oppo 203 is playing a role in processing so unless you have this player as part of your set up, I would not recommend using these settings with just the TV)
I tweaked them along with adjusting settings on my Oppo 203. Cinema Home is engaged.
For HDR I left the brightness at Max and contrast at 90 while also adjusting the brightness and contrast on my Oppo. Black Level I believe is now 50.
When HDR is not engaged, brightness is decreased to 20, contrast stays at 90, black level at 50.
When the display now transitions to HDR, the darker tone is not as pronounced now and much more watchable. I'll have to test daytime viewing for results.
Clouding or blooming is not present with these adjustments as well.
Local Dimming is still set to high.
Clearness is set to minimum.
I believe gamma for HDR is now 2. I know I played with this along and the brightness and contrast levels in the Oppo to find a sweet spot.
With those adjustments, white clipping issues on my Nvidia Shield are not present
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