Originally Posted by HD-Master
1. If you don’t see the very obvious reason why your photos lack merit...no one here can help you.
2. You’ve chosen an example that was not released on UHD Blu-ray with Dolby Vision, but only with HDR10. Issues with the streaming Dolby Vision version via iTunes and/or Vudu have been reported on displays from various manufacturers and are not limited to LG OLED’s. The issue with that title appears to be a problem with the source, not the display.
3. John Archer has said that the LG-specific issue has been corrected via firmware update. He mentioned that SOME of his readers had reported to him that they were still experiencing some degree of issue and that LG was looking into. These are random (we don’t even have the slightest clue how many) owners with completely unknown settings, unknown levels of knowledge regarding the technology and unknown source material.
...so if you want to continue down this path, maybe try a bit harder.
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1. They illustrate the problem in a simple way. I can't exactly pull you into my house through the computer.
2. The source is an Apple TV 4k. Whether it was released on disc with DV is irrelevant. It's been mastered and certified as Dolby Vision. If it doesn't work on various sources or displays, DV's certification process is meaningless. Not that any of that matters because the same problems exist with DV discs.
3. I'm not talking about what Archer has put in his story on the issue. People on other forums have spoken with him privately and given him a list that LG is looking at with various titles exhibiting the issue.
But if you want to go further, certain sources (like the Apple TV) with DV are overly brightened on OLEDs as displayed in this video:
OR if you want to look even further, fire up Mute on the internal Netflix app on your C7 and let my know how those opening credit transitions look, because they're gray on my C7 when they used to be black.
I'm not going to try much harder than that, though, since you're the guy that thinks you can't tell the difference between 100ms of input lag and 20ms.