Originally Posted by degrize
Yes, no problem here
Yeah I also have cable, but your 650mb/s network bandwidth doesn't improve the 15mb/s Netflix series bitrate. Just hit the info button while watching Netflix and you will see the bitrate.
But I tested your show and managed to get some bad screenshots: they have nothing to do with blooming, it's just that the subs white nits level is so high in Netflix HDR thats it creates a lens fllare (it's an optical aberration
) on your phone camera.
- Look at my screen 01: my left TV has no signal and is actually black but it looks blue because of the subs which are so bright that they look blooming on picture, but in real life they are just very bright and all around is dark.
- screen 02: I've put my philips bulbs white at max level on right and the subs are actually as bright as my bulb which is crazy, because this TV has a really high nits capacity: what is wrong is Netflix putting subs at max nits. Once again on my previous 4K bluray movies, subs are just low nits white. And it doesn't make bloom in real life, only on the picture, cause of optical aberration due to high nits white subs
- screen 03: had to lower light at max on my phone camera to actually see the real non blooming of the white to the screen
- screen 04: if you don't trust me on optical aberration, look at the black screen behind my white lamp
- screen 05: now look at the huge blooming of my bulb in the black screen : in real life the screen looks still black but on the picture it looks washed. Do you really think my bulb bloomed on my tv panel ?