2017 LG C7-B7 Owners' Thread (No Price Talk)
Originally Posted by Robin77
It's beacause of that's a bug. See explaination here at the end of the video on youtube: youtube.com/watch?v=IyII6Z80unY
And please stop writing about this, cause as you said, YOU don't undesrtand.....
Lol it’s NOT a big. Tone mapping the entire range will produce a picture with MORE detail but a LOWER average picture level or APL. This is why you might say it’s dim. However, many experts from around the web have said that the darker the room the more impressive HDR will appear and for my part, my room with the lights off produces a spectacular picture while others claim it’s dark. It is also well known that ambient lighting affects black level calibration.
LG’s tone mapping for game mode does not clip detail out which is desirable for me but to do so the image may appear dimmer than other TVs. How dim depends on the room and the game in question and it’s settings. To call it a bug suggests undesired results due to software glitches. LG is giving you the exact picture they want you to see which is not a bug. It is the intended look
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Last edited by cmdrdredd; 11-01-2018 at 06:04 PM.