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Is someone testing the leaked EU/DVB Beta Firmware 5.80.04 ?...
Based on the thread, It seems that this version is a "test version" that you can only install after you enable some parameter in the Service Menu.

I would only test a firmware on my E7, only if it enables DVR capability that I think our EU friends have.
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If you're asking whether Jack Ryan is in Atmos or 5.1 - it will be Atmos if you select the HDR/DV version. Remember Amazon likes to make it tough to find the good stuff.
Thanks for the reply. Today I went back to prime last night I couldn’t even get hdr on prime internal app but today all back to normal. Weird
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I'm on 05.80.04 and pc mode is fixed. But you have to stick with yuv420 for hdr, or banding is introduced in 422 mode
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I had posted the below information regarding Dynamic Contrast in the Panasonic UB-820 thread, but thought it would be useful here as well. I recently found the details on the Dynamic Contrast settings from ChromaPure's web site. If ChromaPure's information on the settings are somehow not correct, please let me know.

Dynamic contrast, while poorly named, is an active HDR tone mapping feature that allows the TV to provide dynamic metadata for HDR10 content. Dynamic Contrast analyses HDR10 content on a frame by frame basis in real time, to determine metadata for the scene and adjust the HDR tone mapping curve to match the content.

By design, HDR10 only uses the Maximum Content Light Level (MaxCLL) level for the entire program, based on the contents’ metadata information. The Dynamic Contrast feature complements and improves the display of HDR10 source material with more granular content analysis, similar to Dolby Vision. This feature is active when the setting is “Low”.

Control of this ‘Active HDR’ feature is found in the ‘Dynamic Contrast’ setting in the Expert Picture Settings menu, while viewing HDR content. The Dynamic Contrast settings are defined as follows:

• Off - Active HDR Disabled / Contrast Enhancement Disabled
Low - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement Disabled (default setting) This is the setting recommended for accurate content reproduction.
• Medium - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement Low
• High - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement High

LG renamed this feature to “Dynamic Tone Mapping” for the 2018 OLED models.

The LG B7 series “Dynamic Contrast” tone mapping and the Panasonic UB-820 “HDR Optimizer” tone mapping are complementary. Set Dynamic Contrast to LOW in the LG panel to enable its active HDR and use the HDR Optimizer in the Panasonic player with HDR output, and the display type set to “OLED”. The UB-820 will convert content mastered greater than 1,000 nits to the 1,000-nit range better than the 2017 LG, and then the LG will adjust frame by frame within that 1,000-nit range to best use its own dynamic range for video. Below is an explanation of how the HDR Optimizer works.

HDR Optimizer 101
The Panasonic UB-820’s HDR Optimizer feature performs tone mapping based on the actual Maximum Content Light Level (MaxCLL) for the entire film and the maximum nit capability of the type of display selected. The MaxCLL is contained in metadata on the disc for the given film, and the display maximum nit capability is selected based upon the display setting. For example, when HDR optimizer is set to “HDR”, and the display is set to “OLED”, the Maximum Display Mastered Level (MaxDML) reported to the display is 1000 nits, and the UB-820 performs the tone mapping based on the MaxCLL disc metadata for a 1000 nit display.

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If you're asking whether Jack Ryan is in Atmos or 5.1 - it will be Atmos if you select the HDR/DV version. Remember Amazon likes to make it tough to find the good stuff.
Jack Ryan seemed a little drawn out, to slow moving, got tired of watching it, what do you think?
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Jack Ryan seemed a little drawn out, to slow moving, got tired of watching it, what do you think?

Chris - I really enjoyed it, DV and Atmos was icing on the cake. Full disclosure, I'm a Tom Clancy/Jack Ryan fan and liked the way the series gave us a look at the beginning of Jack's career. You should at least watch the last episode.
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I'm on 05.80.04 and pc mode is fixed. But you have to stick with yuv420 for hdr, or banding is introduced in 422 mode


Did they also fix lipstick issues with arc?


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Anyone watching The Haunting of Hill House (Dolby Vision Cinema/User)?
Using the latest firmware I've noticed significant shifts in screen brightness (probably triggered by ABSL).. episode 6 is the worst and evident through multiple scenes. Using the LG Netflix app. Tested on my 55b7a with the same result.

The banding is also brutal on this show.

Maybe it's just me but the latest firmware isn't that great IMO.
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Jack Ryan seemed a little drawn out, to slow moving, got tired of watching it, what do you think?


Slow is not one of the things I’d call JR. it has a formula for sure, but it kept me engaged and really did well on how it wrapped things up. It’s not A+ entertainment, but it’s a solid B/B+ to me. Of course if you’re tired of the theme they used as a backdrop (which was chosen on purpose) I can see folks getting tired of things quickly.
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Anyone watching The Haunting of Hill House (Dolby Vision Cinema/User)?
Using the latest firmware I've noticed significant shifts in screen brightness (probably triggered by ABSL).. episode 6 is the worst and evident through multiple scenes. Using the LG Netflix app. Tested on my 55b7a with the same result.

The banding is also brutal on this show.

Maybe it's just me but the latest firmware isn't that great IMO.


I noticed a few jumps, but that was only a few instances over the entire series. I watched via my ATV4K for the entire haul. I didn’t notice any banding in the stream I watched (at least nothing that caught my eye enough to remember.
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4K SDR both match settings to ON and color space 4:4:4
[QUOTE=Ph8te;57005094]4k60 SDR is what I use. Chose whichever you like best.


I am really getting frustrated with this TV. I cannot get the Apple 4k to work with it. I set it to 4k SDR 60 Hz, 4:4:4 and it will only display a picture for a few seconds before blanking out. I am really starting to wonder if it is the TV at this point. Any other troubleshooting suggestions?

As I've mentioned earlier, I've tried different cables, tried the Belkin 6ft cable, replaced the Apple TV 4k, tried different settings on the Apple TV and the LG. All firmware is updated on both the TV and the Apple TV.
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4k60 SDR is what I use. Chose whichever you like best.





I am really getting frustrated with this TV. I cannot get the Apple 4k to work with it. I set it to 4k SDR 60 Hz, 4:4:4 and it will only display a picture for a few seconds before blanking out. I am really starting to wonder if it is the TV at this point. Any other troubleshooting suggestions?



As I've mentioned earlier, I've tried different cables, tried the Belkin 6ft cable, replaced the Apple TV 4k, tried different settings on the Apple TV and the LG. All firmware is updated on both the TV and the Apple TV.


Not sure what could be going on. My setup is ATV4K>930H>B7A and haven’t had any issues. I use Monoprice certified premium cables to connect everything. Did you enable HDMI Deep Color on the input you’re connected to?
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OK, so, I am receiving my LG OLED 65-inch tomorrow. Very psyched. Not here yet, but the charge went through, so I consider myself an "owner".

I hear the sets are pretty much good right out of the box. Can I get some suggestions of a few easy adjustments for calibration? My content is most streaming via Roku (1080p and 4K in apps), blu-rays and 4K Ultra blu-rays, and 1080p broadcast content. The room is not the brightest even during the day. Will be sitting about 8 feet from the set. I like a bright, sharp picture but hate the soap-opera effect. Any easy ideas? Many thanks!
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Turn Energy Saving off, turn on HDMI Deep Color for each HDMI you will use, and change the picture mode in SDR (cable and streaming) and HDR to technicolor Expert. There is a user guide manual, if you hit Recents on the remote and scroll, if you need to know what settings mean or how to find them.


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See the link in my signature below and enjoy!

EDIT: Don't let the original date of the post throw you off. It was very recently updated with all new settings.

LG OLED65C7P 4-20-19 Calibration SDR/HDR/DV FW 05.80.15: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/40-ol...l#post57928994
VIZIO M70-D3 Calibration SDR/HDR FW 3.4.8.15: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-l...l#post55595700

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I'm on 05.80.04 and pc mode is fixed. But you have to stick with yuv420 for hdr, or banding is introduced in 422 mode
That sounds interesting, but I still have some doubts:

  1. On "Not-PC" input it seems that checking 4:2:2 on Xbox One X automatically enable 4:2:0 @ 8-bit for SDR and 4:2:2 @ 10-bit (for HDR) or 12-bit (for DV), with no added banding in those cases. Wouldn't be better having a proper 4:2:2 HDR/DV compared to a proper 4:4:4 SDR if you have to choose only one between the two?
  2. Do SDR/HDR Technicolor Expert profiles still lock the Color Gamut settings on "PC Mode"? Are those at "Auto" and correctly enable Rec 709 for SDR and Rec2020 for HDR?
  3. Can we adjust WB/CMS settings for SDR/HDR Technicolor Expert profiles in "PC Mode"?
  4. Does Dolby Vision Cinema work correctly in "PC Mode"?

I think that even if they fixed the Gamuts bugs in "PC Mode", it's not worth to sacrifice 4:2:2 HDR for a slighly better SDR rendition, and without WB/CMS adjustments SDR/HDR Game Modes look identical to Technicolor when comparably setup.

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Anyone watching The Haunting of Hill House (Dolby Vision Cinema/User)?
Using the latest firmware I've noticed significant shifts in screen brightness (probably triggered by ABSL).. episode 6 is the worst and evident through multiple scenes. Using the LG Netflix app. Tested on my 55b7a with the same result.

The banding is also brutal on this show.

Maybe it's just me but the latest firmware isn't that great IMO.
Do you use discs for other stuff and if so do you see the same issues? Perhaps it could be related to streaming and the LG is just brutally revealing what it is being fed. I ask because I don't stream but have been considering Netflix but I would want great images if I did.

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I'm on 05.80.04 and pc mode is fixed. But you have to stick with yuv420 for hdr, or banding is introduced in 422 mode


Just to clarify, does this statement only apply to the PC Mode?

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I'm on 05.80.04 and pc mode is fixed. But you have to stick with yuv420 for hdr, or banding is introduced in 422 mode
05.80.04 appeared on the Korean site today (25 October) as released firmware (not test).

It's not on the US site yet.
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05.80.04 appeared on the Korean site today (25 October) as released firmware (not test).



It's not on the US site yet.


Can you post a link?


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Link to Korean site and Firmware 05.80.04.

https://www.lgservice.co.kr/search/d...currentPageNo=
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Thanks so much for taking the time to respond with a suggestion. I really appreciate it.

I'm going to bookmark this cable as a just in case - I have 5 cables on order from Amazon right now - all 15ft. I'm going to go through each one until I hopefully find one that will work consistently! Might take a couple of weeks (and I'll be stressed until I find the right one. haha)

edit: this is one of the 5 HDMI cables I'm waiting on - Seewell Silverback s6: https://sewelldirect.com/premium-4k-hdmi-cable-15-ft-

They go through a LOT of effort to talk about their testing of 4K 60hz 4:4:4 at lengths up to 40ft in the product description. First cable I've seen with such a strong focus on it. I also found a post from 2016 on the forums where the compnay was posting specifically about the 15ft version and showing pictures of it passing tests on their equipment at full bandwidth 4:4:4 4k 60hz.

There are a few amazon reviews that say the cable didn't work for them, but I'm finding that there are reviews like that for EVERY cable. Guess I'll find out!
Forgive me if you mentioned this in a prior post, but are you sure it's the length of the cable causing the issue? Have you tried bringing the AVR closer to the TV temporarily to see if you have the same issue with a shorter cable? I have the same issue using a 4 foot run and I've tried multiple different cables. I'm about to call LG for service, but I'm a little concerned after reading your comment that the motherboard replacement didn't fix the issue.
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Well, as expected... updated and, still lip sync issues with arc


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Any other noticeable fixes or additions?


Vudu is loading a tad bit faster maybe?


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What is your dolby vision and webos version numbers. They are located at the same place you get the power on time from. you just have to scroll down.
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All settings, General, About This TV, TV Information, 5th item down...

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Web is 3.8.0-61104
Do 1.4.4_08.01

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from notes:
- Optimize with Netflix
- IPv6 connection function on/off can be selected in Network-Wireless Connection Settings
- Other bug fixes


Also appears to update WebOS from 3.7.1-57127 to 3.8.0-61104 and Dolby Vision from 1.4.4_07.01 to 1.44_08.01. New Netflix update too.
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- Optimize with Netflix
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Also appears to update WebOS from 3.7.1-57127 to 3.8.0-61104 and Dolby Vision from 1.4.4_07.01 to 1.44_08.01. New Netflix update too.
I'm not having any problems with the TV at the moment. I think I will wait and see if this updates introduces any new problems before updating.
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Not sure what could be going on. My setup is ATV4K>930H>B7A and haven’t had any issues. I use Monoprice certified premium cables to connect everything. Did you enable HDMI Deep Color on the input you’re connected to?
I set the chroma to 4:2:0 and it seems to be much more stable. Not sure why I can't get it to work at 4:4:4 but I don't see a huge difference so I guess I'll have to live with that

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