Using the Xbox One X Netflix app, in HDR Dolby pic mode is maxed in Cont/Oled Light, then what happens when I view SDR Netflix shows? Does it mean I have to keep setting a different pic profiles each viewing or show? I just tested this, and using the TV Netflix app, it only switches when you start a specific show with DV/HDR, when you exit that show, it goes back to ISF Dark SDR modes. Using the Xbox leaves the mode on HDR no matter what you are watching: when at the menu, SDR, etc...
What does peak brightness setting do? Does it limit the actual highlights and bright areas? I also wonder what the off, Low, Med, High does. Off seems to make things the most dim, when it should just disable the setting and make things not have a limit.
I am getting some green tint in flesh tones. Watching stranger things on faces. Sometimes it's in beard stubble. Sometimes it's in certain areas of a face, mostly around the mouth. Is my tint uniformity on the panel showing it's thing, or is anyone else seeing it as well? Do you recommend setting Tint to a +R1 or 2 to correct? Or do you recommend going into the
Is there any way to bump up the darks? Watching this TV it certainly seems like I am close or crushing darks. This is even with the recommended settings in ISF Dark and Cinema User for HDR from Rtings settings. I am at 2.2 gamma now, bumping it to 1.9 makes a large jump that doesn't seem right. I have taken the brightness up to 55, any higher and it doesn't seem right either.
Is there any way to get white tones more pure, or are we at the limitation of OLED?
Someone said to set TrueMotion to user and both to zero. Does that even do anything, or do the zero mean off, even if you have user selected? Currently, I have Dejutter set for 1.
BTW, I can confirm that the black flashing pointed out in Stranger Things S3E3 when Eleven sees the boys in the dark. It happens on the Netflix TV app and not the Xbox app.