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Originally Posted by gkman1
Thanks again for replying so quickly....I tried turning up the saturation to 80 with Natural setting, but still wasn't happy with the picture. The bright cinema with the auto bright default setting seems to work pretty well for me too..Dynamic looks good, but has some slight yellow overtones...I don't have access to a meter or knowledge to test that....I have the Disney Wow calibration blu ray that came out a while ago, but I'm sure that's way out of date these days. Plus, after a while, it seems your eyes starting playing tricks on you.
) Also, once you get one disc looking okay, another disc may look different......
You can't use WOW for HDR settings. If you have a dark (light controlled) room, I would re-try Harpervision which uses Digital Cinema as it will give you a good colour palate. Remember to set the dynamic range to SDR when using it.
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