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Now that the HDR Game Mode has arrived... should we leave color default at 65? Seems way oversaturated. I lowered it to 50, because I feel that's 'default'? Or should I leave the picture mode color at default? Not exactly accurate due to C30 being the default color tone again, which is obviously very, very wrong.

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Is there a PS4 guide?
Doesn't look like it, but the guide should apply similarly to the PS3/4. Those systems only output RGB and have the same Limited/Full setting as the Xbox, minus that weird intermediate setting. However now with HDR on the XBone and PS4, it may need some updating regarding Deep Color. That setting existed on the PS3 but I don't think anything made use of it. With HDR though, that setting should be set to Automatic(PS4) or Color Depth greater than 24(XBone) and the Deep Color option turned on in the TV's settings.
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Now that the HDR Game Mode has arrived... should we leave color default at 65? Seems way oversaturated. I lowered it to 50, because I feel that's 'default'? Or should I leave the picture mode color at default? Not exactly accurate due to C30 being the default color tone again, which is obviously very, very wrong.
65 color seems crazy high, where do you get that from?

Since Game Mode forces Wide Color it is already over saturating colors a bit, so I'd be wary of going over 50.

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65 is the default color setting on Game Mode HDR. That's why I asked. I lowered it to 55 now, but wondering if it should be 50 instead.

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Can anybody please share good hdr game and reg game settings, i hate the over saturated default color. Thanks in advance

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Doesn't look like it, but the guide should apply similarly to the PS3/4. Those systems only output RGB and have the same Limited/Full setting as the Xbox, minus that weird intermediate setting. However now with HDR on the XBone and PS4, it may need some updating regarding Deep Color. That setting existed on the PS3 but I don't think anything made use of it. With HDR though, that setting should be set to Automatic(PS4) or Color Depth greater than 24(XBone) and the Deep Color option turned on in the TV's settings.
Thanks! I have a EG9100, do I use deep color?

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65 color seems crazy high, where do you get that from?

Since Game Mode forces Wide Color it is already over saturating colors a bit, so I'd be wary of going over 50.
Yeah me too I use 50 and oled 60 contrast 80 brightness 56 gamma high1 temp 30w rgb low then all other off, are these good?

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65 color seems crazy high, where do you get that from?

Since Game Mode forces Wide Color it is already over saturating colors a bit, so I'd be wary of going over 50.
Yeah me too I use 50 and oled 60 contrast 80 brightness 56 gamma high1 temp 30w rgb low then all other off, are these good?
I tried your settings last night with Final Fantasy XV and it looked pretty good. I did up the OLED setting to 70 though to give the image a little more kick
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Thanks! I have a EG9100, do I use deep color?
The EG9100 is supposed to be a 10-bit panel so I don't see why not. It's only 1080p and doesn't understand HDR but games with it should look nicer overall if you do turn it on.
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Yeah me too I use 50 and oled 60 contrast 80 brightness 56 gamma high1 temp 30w rgb low then all other off, are these good?
Is this in hdr or non hdr game mode

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The EG9100 is supposed to be a 10-bit panel so I don't see why not. It's only 1080p and doesn't understand HDR but games with it should look nicer overall if you do turn it on.
Doesn't matter if I use rgb limited?

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Doesn't matter if I use rgb limited?
Just remember that RGB and black level go hand in hand.

RGB Limited - Black Level Low

RGB Full - Black Level Hi

Then I adjust my settings
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Doesn't matter if I use rgb limited?
Be aware that Deep Color is a mutually exclusive setting to the RGB Range setting, since RGB Range applies to standard 8bit RGB color space, while Deep Color applies to toggling the 10bit RGB color space. 10bit RGB doesn't have a concept of Full/Limited color space, it just has 0-1023 color data points(actually there are a few stripped off each end as a buffer).

That being said, with the EG9100 you want the RGB Range set to Full on the PS4 and Black Level High on the TV. This will apply to 8bit games(any non-HDR). You also want the Deep Color set to On, this will apply for HDR enabled games that make use of Deep Color.
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Just started Uncharted 4 on PS4 regular and am trying to figure out the best settings for the new HDR Game Mode :

PS4 is at all defaults.
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Picture Mode = GAME
OLED = 100
Contrast = 100
Brightness = 51
Gamma = Medium (locked)
Black Level = High

I think it looks good, BUT just find things too dark. Maybe I should try to get used to it. Are others enjoying HDR game mode on there PS4 /OLED combos or are you turning HDR off?

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Just started Uncharted 4 on PS4 regular and am trying to figure out the best settings for the new HDR Game Mode :

PS4 is at all defaults.
TV:
Picture Mode = GAME
OLED = 100
Contrast = 100
Brightness = 51
Gamma = Medium (locked)
Black Level = High

I think it looks good, BUT just find things too dark. Maybe I should try to get used to it. Are others enjoying HDR game mode on there PS4 /OLED combos or are you turning HDR off?
I turned on dynamic contrast (medium) and that helps brighten things ... Just wondering still if HDR has any benefit for video games.
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Just got PS4 pro and have the follow settings

PS4 pro is at all defaults.
TV:
Picture Mode = HDR GAME
OLED = 100 (default)
Contrast = 100 (default)
Brightness = 50 (default)
Gamma = Medium (locked)
Black Level = Low (default)
Dynamic contrast - medium (from off)
Color gamut - normal (from wide)
Color = 65 (default)
Color temp=W25 (from C30)

Again without the dynamic contrast things are just way too dark. The DC seems to introduce some loss of detail in very bright areas though. Also rgb range no longer seems to apply and black level=low is definitely the correct one. High made black areas grey. Also, colors
looked too saturated using wide.
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Just got PS4 pro and have the follow settings

PS4 pro is at all defaults.
TV:
Picture Mode = HDR GAME
OLED = 100 (default)
Contrast = 100 (default)
Brightness = 50 (default)
Gamma = Medium (locked)
Black Level = Low (default)
Dynamic contrast - medium (from off)
Color gamut - normal (from wide)
Color = 65 (default)
Color temp=W25 (from C30)

Again without the dynamic contrast things are just way too dark. The DC seems to introduce some loss of detail in very bright areas though. Also rgb range no longer seems to apply and black level=low is definitely the correct one. High made black areas grey. Also, colors
looked too saturated using wide.
Thanks for the settings. I tried all of them except the dynamic contrast. Left that where it was. I basically went off a screenshot of an NBA2k17 game with the Lakers vs. Knicks in LA so imhad a wide range of colors on the screen at once. I agree that black level low seems to get the best color without that greyish hue covering the screen.
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Thanks for the settings. I tried all of them except the dynamic contrast. Left that where it was. I basically went off a screenshot of an NBA2k17 game with the Lakers vs. Knicks in LA so imhad a wide range of colors on the screen at once. I agree that black level low seems to get the best color without that greyish hue covering the screen.
I go back and forth with the dynamic contrast while playing uncharted 4. When playing at night I can leave it off, but during the day I need it on. I wish they had 2 HDR game modes to make switching easier ... (but glad we now at least have one).
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Can anyone help me with this? I have no HDR on my OLED55B6 when using my PS4. Since this is a PS4 settings page I thought maybe someone could help. I have contacted Sony, LG and searched forums for what seems forever. I've modified every setting and tried everything. I get no "HDR" tag in the upper right corner nor do I get the HDR settings page when configuring the picture settings. I also get nothing on the HDMI input tag in the upper left hand corner. I am at a loss. And I have updated all my firmware to the latest for the TV (04.30.77) and the PS4 (4.0.7). Deep color is enabled and the settings on the PS4 video are all on "automatic" and show support for 2K/4K HDR. But yet I get nothing. Thank so much in advance.

If anyone has the PS4 Pro and an LG OLED55B6 TV and has HDR working please let me know.
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Stupid question :

Do you have an HDR game?
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Do you have an HDR game?
Yes I have several. Battlefield 1, Infinite Warfare, and I've tried Netflix.
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Yes I have several. Battlefield 1, Infinite Warfare, and I've tried Netflix.
According to google

Both those game does not support HDR on PS4 PRO, only 4k.

Also what show did you try to play in HDR using Netflix
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Both those game does not support HDR on PS4 PRO, only 4k.

Also what show did you try to play in HDR using Netflix
Well I thought BF1 and COD supported HDR. I've read that it did, but now I read a list that didn't list them. WTF?

As for Netflix I've tried several shows. Stranger Things, House of Cards, Marco Polo....these are all shows that are HDR on my Xbox One S or on the LG TV's built in app, but not on the PS4.
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Nevermind all. It was the game. I downloaded the last of us left behind stand alone and it's HDR capable. It worked perfectly. I had no idea that nothing is supported with HDR except a few games and no apps on the PS4. Wow. Well at least I know it works now.
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Hey guys!

I currently have a Panasonic plasma that I've had for a few years. I am a huge console gamer looking to upgrade my tv to oled in 2017. However, image retention is my big fear.

I warmed my plasma up for dozens of hours with colored slides before initial use, and I have been very mindful of how long I keep static images on my screen, but I still have developed image retention and it just bugs me out every time I see it.

My understanding is that image retention is still an issue with OLEDS, RTNGS.com gives 2016 LG OLEDS a paltry 1.8 out of 10 for image retention.

Since you guys are actively gaming on LG OLEDS, what are your real world experiences with image retention? Is it something I should be concerned with as a heavy gamer?
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Hey guys!

I currently have a Panasonic plasma that I've had for a few years. I am a huge console gamer looking to upgrade my tv to oled in 2017. However, image retention is my big fear.

I warmed my plasma up for dozens of hours with colored slides before initial use, and I have been very mindful of how long I keep static images on my screen, but I still have developed image retention and it just bugs me out every time I see it.

My understanding is that image retention is still an issue with OLEDS, RTNGS.com gives 2016 LG OLEDS a paltry 1.8 out of 10 for image retention.

Since you guys are actively gaming on LG OLEDS, what are your real world experiences with image retention? Is it something I should be concerned with as a heavy gamer?
Keep in mind that burn in and image retention are 2 different things.

I also came from a Panny Plasma, did the break in period, etc...I always had temp image retention, and in the process of moving my panny to the basement to make way for the OLED I discovered actual burn in of the old XB1 dashboard logo that others had problems with (google it if curious). I was cleaning and inspected the panny more closely than normal, which is how I noticed, only visible on light/white screens.

Anyways, I game on the B6 OLED with no problems. There can be temporary IR still, just like the plasma, but with the built in clean-up processes the TV has I'm not worried at all about anything permanent.
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Nevermind all. It was the game. I downloaded the last of us left behind stand alone and it's HDR capable. It worked perfectly. I had no idea that nothing is supported with HDR except a few games and no apps on the PS4. Wow. Well at least I know it works now.
Well, I guess my stupid questions were useful.

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Hey guys!

I currently have a Panasonic plasma that I've had for a few years. I am a huge console gamer looking to upgrade my tv to oled in 2017. However, image retention is my big fear.

I warmed my plasma up for dozens of hours with colored slides before initial use, and I have been very mindful of how long I keep static images on my screen, but I still have developed image retention and it just bugs me out every time I see it.

My understanding is that image retention is still an issue with OLEDS, RTNGS.com gives 2016 LG OLEDS a paltry 1.8 out of 10 for image retention.

Since you guys are actively gaming on LG OLEDS, what are your real world experiences with image retention? Is it something I should be concerned with as a heavy gamer?
I used to own a Panasonic 65VT60. I now own a 65C6P. The Plasma was far worse for image retention. No comparison at all. The Oppo logo from my BDP-103 could still be seen while playing extremely bright images on the screen and never went away although those scenes were few and far between. I have not encountered one instance of image retention on my OLED yet. To me IR is essentially a non issue.
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