Originally Posted by Gdog2015
Thank you. Those settings are a little dark for my taste, I'll keep messing around. Maybe I should pick up the Disney calibration disc.. I notice there is a "smart picture " option but it seems to be greyed out on all picture presets. Has anyone had success using that?
"Then if you want to reduce black crush and improve shadow detail, peruse that thread. In general, you want to go into 21-pt controls and raise 5% Adjusting Luminance to taste. You can try +5, +10, even +15 (or anything in between).
Whatever you raise 5% to, generally best to 'splice in' by raising 10% one notch less, 15% another notch less, etc... until you reach +1 and then leave the remainder of the 21-pt Adjustibg Luninance controls at 0."
Not sure what you mean by luminance, I dont see a setting for luminance.
You can bump up the OLED Light higher and see if that helps you out. My settings are not far off from fafrd but I use a higher setting for OLED Light. My brightness is at 51 & Contrast at 86. I did the luminance adjustments too. I started with +10 and then counted down by 2's.... so +8, +6, +4, +2, 0
Keep in mind too that dark room means DARK room! No lights or you may find that the picture is a tad darker than you'd want. I have 2-3 different "base" settings that I use for different conditions. Try out my medium-bright room settings:
Picture Mode: Cinema
OLED Light: 65
H&V sharpness: 10/10
All enhancements OFF
Color Temp: Warm 1(you can try warm2 but warm1 works for cinema, IMO)
TruMotion: User - Deblur 0, DeJudder 10(personal preference here, experiment)
20 Point adjutsing luminance:
IRE 5: +10
IRE 10: +8
IRE 15: +6
IRE 20: +4
IRE 25: +2
All the rest = 0 or default
See what you think. These are for a moderately lit room or you could try them in adarker room but maybe drop the OLED light a little.