Has anyone seen issues like this? In one of these photos (the second attachment), the bright light glare has a weird artifact where the center region inverts the color from blue to red. The boundary of the center region is very abrupt and pixelated, which to me (computer science background) almost looks like an integer overflow wraparound issue of some kind (or one of the color channels saturating before the others).
This is movie mode with ST.2084 setting at 0. When I set it to +1 it looks like the other image I’ve attached, which is much better but still has some weird color banding. Unfortunately, while +1 looks acceptable with this glare effect, the rest of the content looks brighter than it should be, while 0 otherwise looks accurate for the most part aside from the weird glitch with really bright regions like this.
This is from Altered Carbon on Netflix. I’ve tested on my LG B6 and it has no problems at all, regardless of gamma or other settings: it’s better than any setting I seem to be able to achieve on the Q90, since the light glare is a consistent color of blue white throughout without any weird color banding or color changes whatsoever.
I wonder if this could be related to Dolby Vision vs the HDR10 fallback? But that doesn’t explain why ST.2084 +1 seems to improve this issue (though at the expense of making everything else too bright).
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Last edited by echopraxia; 12-08-2019 at 06:18 PM.