How Sony did the Vivid option is that you have to go to the reset screen to set it to Vivid mode when you are viewing a HDR. it uses the cool color temp and picture color at 60 I think. If you want to revert back to your original setting do not do reset, but change your color temp back to expert and bring back the color to 50.Not following. I don't see an HDR Video Vivid picture mode on my display.
1. You have to run make sure you are playing HDR video
2. Go to Advance Setting
3. Go to Reset Menu
4. Reset (HDR Video Vivid).
Do not select the regular Reset ( it will erase your regular expert1 or expert2 color back to default). HDR Vivid mode will only show up when there is a HDR video playing.
I found it on a review, if I did not read the review, would have never known that the TV had two modes. However I tweaked it a bit and removed the black adjust etc. I go between your color temp and I have a setting for Vivid to burn my eyes. I tweaked it to remove edge enhancement etc. It is very bright. 880 nits. Most of the time I leave it on default using your setting, but once in a blue I use the Vivid more.. the colors really pop
"On our Bravia KD75XD9405BU review unit, peak brightness in [HDR Video] mode actually hit 796 cd/m2 out of the box, but because [G-Gain] needed to be adjusted downwards to neutralise greyscale to D65, peak brightness dropped slightly to 740 cd/m2 after calibration. If you don’t mind sacrificing colour accuracy and video fidelity, peak brightness could actually be boosted to 880 cd/m2 by engaging [HDR Video Vivid] mode. Of course, this entailed [Black Adjust] “High”, [Adv. Contrast Enhancer] “High“, [Colour Temperature] “Cool” and [Live Colour] “High“, not to mention excessive edge enhancement brought about by [Reality Creation], all of which constituted an eyesore to our videophilic brain. Full-field peak white settled at 360 cd/m2 in [HDR Video] mode on our review sample."
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