Originally Posted by Jrocker23
Hdr should stay at default 100 value for OLED and contrast.
As stated in previous posts, Dolby has stated that on the c6/b6 sets, dv dark is the most accurate to represent DV
Everyone has their preference and they set their settings to the picture they like but to be as close as possible to what is meant to be seen, the settings above are most accurate.
Unfortunately most people have viewed TV under the wrong settings in the past and when they see proper settings, they think they seem wrong
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I used to think the correct OLED Light setting for DV was 100 in bright room and 50 in Dark Room, but I recently reset those picture settings to default and the defaults for DV HDR are 50 for OLED Light for both Bright room and Dark room. Although the OLED Light setting is 50 for both, Bright Room is visibly brighter than Dark Room setting.
Originally Posted by blackspider
guys what is the difference between "16:9" & "original" in aspect ratio settings? what should it be on when using the netflix app? i normally watch netflix original series which are mostly in 4k.
Also sometimes on the top of the screen when watching full screen content i sometimes see a fine line between the image & the bezel of the screen, dunno how to explain it but it comes only in few images with different lightings. Something to do with aspect ratio? i set mine on 16:9 all the time.
Original aspect ration setting will keep the aspect ratio of the source signal, so if you are watching something like old 4:3 TV shows, it'll keep that aspect ratio. I believe 16:9 forces widescreen all the time, so something like 4:3 would be stretched to fill the screen.
Originally Posted by OwnerOfLg
I use 16/9 with everything. Mostly watch netflix. I have seen sometimes what you describe also, a fine line i don't really know what it is...don't see it often. A software bug or so?
That faint line we sometime see at the top, that probably has to do with overscan. If you have "Just Scan" enabled in aspect ratio settings, you'll probably see a line like that occasionally. I believe disabling "Just Scan" forces a bit of overscan, so a few lines are cropped.
Originally Posted by glangford
I don't notice any glow. Black still looks black in normal content. I did lower brightness a couple notches in response to what folks here are saying. I also don't notice anymore 'black crush' which I used to always notice. It used to be that on real dark scenes my picture looked like images were place over a totally black background and any detail in black was gone.
I've got to believe LG is aware of this by now, given the response on this forum from people contacting them. I suspect they'll roll out another update soon.
Yeah. Another update. That will probably fix this issue and break something else.