I think the only thing for you to do is to use the Custom mode and set white balance to COOL...I think that's like 10,000k or maybe cooler? If you need a lot more blue after that, then lower the R GAIN and G GAIN (leave B Gain at MAX), R two steps for every one step of G gain reduction, until it is enough blue for you. R and G together make YELLOW, which is what balances against the BLUE to alter white balance on the KELVIN color temp scale. After you get your bright whites white enough and the right "tint", then do similar to the G and R Bias, those control the color tint fed to the lower brightness areas such as the blacks and shadows.
DO NOT MESS WITH HUE...HUE determines how each color is fed into the color next to it on the vectorscope...it is meant to correct defects in aging CRT picture tubes or other problems, and really has no place in day to day television viewing for anyone.
As for Samsung NATIVE and AUTO...native simply means the TV uses the limits of the color gamut possible by the LCD panel itself. It basically just overdrives every color and saturation point outside of the sRGB color gamut making things glow, because they think people like that, and many do. When you do not select native, you get standard sRGB color gamut and limitations, meaning when the video or TV show calls for a specific color to be displayed, it is displayed at the proper color depth, luminance, and saturation.
Originally Posted by Thanasis Xrisatzas
I was trying to do that in order to match the blue jacket color.But it doesnt seem possible...most likely cause i don't have the knowledge to do so ...I'm not sure where to start off.Cause all are at max at default.I will try a bit more and see what i can do.
EDIT:Even with the extreme B gain max and R+G at minimum,I cant even get close.In order to come close to the blue jacket at least i need to play with hue,then the jacket becomes almost as blue but everything else is ruined.I'm not sure what else i can do to make it possible.If anyone is willing to help,i can just direct you to the video.I know its not proper but i like the way it looks...One more thing that i just tried.I have wide color gamut at full i think its called color space :Native (if someone had a Samsung he knows what i mean) If i put that in Auto the picture is the same with Sony.