Apple TV 4k / cable box / ps4 pro / ps4 pro hdr
Cinema home / cinema home / game / game
Auto picture mode on (my Apple TV and PS4 go through my receiver so this switches to game mode automatically when I turn on my PS4. Also, the PS4 main menu has some banding if you manually switch to game mode, none if it auto switches.)
Brightness - 35 / 35 / 25 / max
Color - 50
Light sensor - on
Contrast - 90 (max for PS4 hdr)
Gamma - 0
Black level - 50
Black adjust - off
Adv contrast - off
Auto local dimming - medium
Xtended dynamic range - off (high for PS4 hdr)
Hue - 0
Color temp - expert 1
Adv color temp - Anderegg’s settings (thanks! They look great! I was using rtings previously, but yours are better.)
Live color - off
Sharpness - 50
Reality - off
Random noise - off (auto for cable box)
Digital noise - off (auto for cable box)
Smooth gradation - off (low for cable box)
Motionflow - true cinema / true cinema / off / off
Cinemotion - high / high / off / off
I watch tv mostly at night with the lights off and my medialight quad on. I’ve been running it at 40% lately.
I do not use hdr on my Apple TV 4k ( I know, I know.) The blooming in the black bars is way too distracting for me and the bias light can’t mask it. I’m much happier watching everything in sdr. It’s still bright, colorful, I can see all the shadow detail and the black bars are inky with the bias light. I’m just happier that way. I also have frame matching off. I’ve gone back and forth and to me it seems like the tv does a better job of handling motion with true cinema and cinemotion than it does getting a direct 24p signal.
I still use hdr for games of course.
Last edited by EyeWasAbducted; 01-14-2019 at 12:14 AM.