Originally Posted by chunon
The max the set can show is 750 nits that includes spectral highlights , not sure how you are deriving your numbers but they are wrong !
You are still confused about video levels .
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Well, you can say i'm confused or whatever, the only thing i know is that on my B6 doing that i can see details clipped at 1600 nits (Thats the max i can see) while my TV only displays 700, that having the grayscale (if i do the trick of down gamma to 65 while having brightness at 49), thats why i wanted to know if there was another way to have the gamma 1.9 on HDR (You said no) to have that bit of contrast back and low again the brightness to 48
Anyway, this is useless if you dont have @mascior
HDR Colour Clipping to see it by yourself so... Unless you see it by yourself there's nothing i can do
All i know is that my TV now can show me detail that i wasnt able to see before, LOT of missing detail, thats all what matter for me
I'd really want to understand why people cant just try the things before laught on people's face, i cant
PS: I perfectly understand that if i'm working with RGB Limited i should use Black level Low and with RGB Complete Black Level High
Here's the thing, on PS4 HDR if you use Black Level High for RGB Complete, the screen is NEVER PURE BLACK, you have to down the brightness down to 48, and if you use Black Level low and RGB Limited you just kill the colours of the game, thats when i saw that there was something strange on the way this TV uses its black level, the trick of use Black Level high and then down the brightness by 2 points to have back the pure black while having the higher nits details come from that moment, now i've tweaked it to 65 contrast / 49 brightness, still having the same results of brightness 48 but with the difference that i still have the entire grayscale on this way, thats why i wanted to know if there was another way to force Gamma 1.9 on HDR