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Just picked up the 65" E65-E1 and for whatever reason BB's site lists it as no HDR capability, Vizio and everywhere else do. Very odd. Set up TV last night with a new Denon S730H receiver and was immediately blown away. Had issues getting HDR to function correctly over HDMI. Found out that it has to be plugged into HDMI and you need to go into the input settings and turn on "Full UHD Color" to enable it. PS4 and Roku detect it fine. TV natively plays back x265/HEVC content and has Plex so the Roku Ultra I recently purchased wasn't even required (although to be fair I am not entirely sure if it sends all decoder formats over ARC). I am blown away by this TV. Blacks are black. Played Horizon Zero Dawn on my PS4 Pro for a bit and the lighting is amazing. It's pretty difficult to get me excited about something these days but I am just blown away at the quality of this screen. Picked it up for $699.99 during the BB Cyber Monday Sale and spent an extra $159 on a 5 year extended GSP so I'll be set for awhile now.

EDIT: The only thing I am unsure of is what the best video settings are to try. At some point I plan on getting a calibration tool but would like to know what everyone suggests to confirm that any weird motion blur is turned off. I think it *might* be on but it's also possible these videos I've been watching were actually in 4K/60
Had issues getting HDR to function correctly over HDMI. Found out that it has to be plugged into HDMI and you need to go into the input settings and turn on "Full UHD Color" to enable it.
Where did you go to find out this information?
 

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Vizio should have an online manual for instructions for its tvs. Also, on this thread's model, I recall some where in the menu that lists HDMI input 1 as the only input for this content. Go to the menu section for the inputs and to the HDMI-1 input for the options. You should see the option to turn on the UHD setting.
 

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BT 1886 Setting - Lower Backlight Setting

Greetings Colleagues,

I have been reviewing many calibration/measuring techniques and one seasoned recommended a BT1886 type of method where the gamma curve on the graph is near 2.4 except around 0% white with a target gamma between 2.1 and 2.2. Backlight setting was lowered to achieve this measurement, with additional changes noted below. These settings are probably better for movie viewing in a dark room environment. Color is a little more vibrant and punchier. Luminance is about 36.9 ftL @ 100% White pattern. Changes are in bold. Gamma graph attached for your convenience.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 40
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 50
Color: 50
Tint: 1
Sharpness: 1

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: On
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -11, Green 1, Blue 41
Offset: Red 12, Green 14, Blue 13
Leave all other settings in the color turner to 0.

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 5; Green: 5; Blue: 5
Gain = 10%: Red: 6; Green: 6; Blue: 6
Gain = 20%: Red: 8; Green: 8; Blue: 8
Gain = 30%: Red: 5; Green: 5; Blue: 5
Gain = 40%: Red: 5; Green: 5; Blue: 5
Gain = 50%: Red: 9; Green: 9; Blue: 9
Gain = 60%: Red: 10; Green: 10; Blue: 10
Gain = 70%: Red: 13; Green: 13; Blue: 13
Gain = 80%: Red: 15; Green: 15; Blue: 15
Gain = 90%: Red: 18; Green: 18; Blue: 18
Gain = 100%: Red: 19; Green: 19; Blue: 19

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

The Vincentfam
 

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Color Adjustments on Gamma Graph

Greetings Colleagues,

I have discovered that the 11 point white balance settings can be used to adjust color settings on the gamma graph using hcfr software. After gray scale measurements, I opened up the color measurement graph to see the gamma curve, which in this case was 2.3 with 2.1 targeted near 5% IRE. I also turned on the red, green and blue level colors to see that they were not even in some of the IRE intervals. I then adjusted the individual IRE levels with their respective colors to even out the red, green and blue to equal levels.

I reset the backlight level at 60 to get luminance of 50 ftL at 100 IRE. The contrast setting above 51 does not increase lumance. Measured gamma is about 2.3 and goes down towards 2.1 near 5% and 10% IRE to obtain BT.1886 effect. The settings are below, with changes in bold. Gamma & RGB graph is also attached.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 51
Color: 50
Tint: 1
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: Off
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -32, Green 1, Blue 29
Offset: Red 13, Green 14, Blue 13
Leave all other settings in the color turner to 0.

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 5; Blue: 5; Green: 5
Gain = 10%: Red: 1; Green: 1; Blue: 6
Gain = 20%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0
Gain = 30%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0
Gain = 40%: Red: 3; Green: 3; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 7; Green: 5; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 3; Green: 3; Blue: 0
Gain = 70%: Red: 4; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 80%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: -4
Gain = 90%: Red: -2; Green: -3; Blue: -4
Gain = 100%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

The Vincentfam
 

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Gamma Graph RGB Adjustments

Greetings Colleagues,

I readjusted the settings to make measured gamma at the high end at 2.3 to give the picture a punchier appearance, and to provide neutral settings for day and night viewing. I turned the Clear Action setting back to ON because it had no impact on the measurements. Luminance is at 51.22 ftL at 100 IRE. The gamma graph with RGB levels is attached. Changes to settings are in bold.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 51
Color: 50
Tint: 1
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: ON
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -31, Green 1, Blue 29
Offset: Red 14, Green 14, Blue 12
Leave all other settings in the color turner to 0.

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 6; Green: 6; Blue: 6
Gain = 10%: Red: 3; Green: 3; Blue: 8
Gain = 20%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0
Gain = 30%: Red: 1; Green: 0; Blue: 0
Gain = 40%: Red: 6; Green: 4; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 10; Green: 7; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 8; Green: 6; Blue: 0
Gain = 70%: Red: 11; Green: 7; Blue: 1
Gain = 80%: Red: 9; Green: 6; Blue: 3
Gain = 90%: Red: 6; Green: 2; Blue: 3
Gain = 100%: Red: 5; Green: 4; Blue: 5

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

The Vincentfam
 

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Please note recent edits for white balance settings. For some unknown reason, I had incorrectly switched the settings for blue and green. The settings are now corrected. Apologies.
 

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Tweaked Settings

Greetings Colleagues,

I tweaked the recent settings. Luminance is at 48.3 ftL at 100 IRE. Changes to settings are in bold.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 51
Color: 50
Tint: 1
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: ON
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -31, Green 1, Blue 29
Offset: Red 14, Green 14, Blue 12
Leave all other settings in the color turner to 0.

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 7; Green: 7; Blue: 7
Gain = 10%: Red: 3; Green: 4; Blue: 10
Gain = 20%: Red: -2; Green: -1; Blue: 2
Gain = 30%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 1
Gain = 40%: Red: 5; Green: 3; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 9; Green: 6; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 5; Green: 2; Blue:-1
Gain = 70%: Red: 4; Green: 2; Blue: -1
Gain = 80%: Red: 1; Green: 0; Blue: -2
Gain = 90%: Red: -1; Green: -2; Blue: -2
Gain = 100%: Red: 2; Green: 2; Blue: 2

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

The Vincentfam
 

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The CMS & CIE Graph Measurements

Greetings Colleagues,

I think that I figured out how to use all of the settings in the color tuner section. Initially, I measured the primaries (red, green, blue) and secondaries (cyan, magenta, yellow) using HCFR software and a colorimeter. After this measurement, I could see that this tv's CIE graph was not matching up with reference points for the standard CIE. I noticed that each point for the standard primaries and secondaries had reference numbers (x,y,Y). If you run the HCFR in continuous mode with the primary or secondary color displayed, you can adjust in the color tuner the hue (x), saturation (y), and brightness (Y) for each color to get close to the reference numbers. After my measurements, I got very close to the reference numbers but not a perfect CIE. I then adjusted the color and tint settings with a blue filter to account for the imperfections. (See the CIE graph attached)

Changes to these measurements do not affect the white balance greyscale measurements for offsets, gains, or 11 point white balance settings. Some minor changes were made to previous measurements for greyscale.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 51
Color: 54 (Adjusted with blue filter)
Tint: 1 (Adjusted with blue filter)
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: ON
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -32, Green 2, Blue 34
Offset: Red 13, Green 14, Blue 12

Hue: Red 2, Green 50, Blue -13, Cyan -6, Magenta 10, Yellow -8
Saturation: Red 13, Green 22, Blue 1, Cyan -2, Magenta 26, Yellow -15
Brightness: Red 30, Green -6, Blue 6, Cyan 6, Magenta -15, Yellow 9

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 7; Green: 7; Blue: 7
Gain = 10%: Red: 3; Green: 4; Blue: 8
Gain = 20%: Red: -2; Green: -1; Blue: 2
Gain = 30%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 1
Gain = 40%: Red: 5; Green: 3; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 8; Green: 4; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 5; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 70%: Red: 6; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 80%: Red: 3; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 90%: Red: 4; Green: 1; Blue: 1
Gain = 100%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

The Vincentfam
 

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CMS Settings - Blue Filter Not Recommended

Greetings Colleagues,

In looking at the adjustments after using the blue filter method for readjusting color and tint, I noticed that this adjustment negatively affected the secondary colors (yellow, cyan, and magenta), which is probably due to adjusting the color temperature to 8000K rather than the standard D65 or 6500K. I use the 8000K to brighten up the picture for day and night viewing. The greyscale target is still in the white space of the CIE graph.

So I set the color and tint settings to their default values (50 and 0) and readjusted the primary and secondary colors, as indicated below. I did not use the blue filter method this time. Changes from previous settings are in bold.

(Also, for curiosity, I set the color setting to 54 to see the impact on picture quality. The colors were more vivid, but it looked like everybody had a sun tan. These settings are not posted)


Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 50
Color: 50
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: ON
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -32, Green 2, Blue 34
Offset: Red 13, Green 14, Blue 12

Hue: Red 3, Green 50, Blue -11, Cyan -3, Magenta 10, Yellow -6
Saturation: Red 15, Green 22, Blue 4, Cyan 3, Magenta 26, Yellow -15
Brightness: Red 28, Green -6, Blue 0, Cyan 6, Magenta -16, Yellow 8

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 7; Green: 7; Blue: 7
Gain = 10%: Red: 3; Green: 4; Blue: 8
Gain = 20%: Red: -2; Green: -1; Blue: 2
Gain = 30%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 1
Gain = 40%: Red: 5; Green: 3; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 8; Green: 4; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 5; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 70%: Red: 6; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 80%: Red: 3; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 90%: Red: 4; Green: 1; Blue: 1
Gain = 100%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

I am The Vincentfam
 

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Does anybody know if it's possible to resume a video being watched from a thumb drive? If I've watched the first two hours of three-hour movie, I don't want to have to fast forward to get back where I was.
 

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Does anybody know if it's possible to resume a video being watched from a thumb drive? If I've watched the first two hours of three-hour movie, I don't want to have to fast forward to get back where I was.
I dont think. It just plays automatic.
 

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I bought an Apple TV for my e series to watch iTunes movies. Have the exact same setup on my m series TVs but for some reason Netflix won’t play in hdr over the Apple TV! Works just fine on my m series models. It also worked when I had a roku connected. Not exactly sure what’s happening. iTunes movies play in hdr as does smartcast content.

I’ve tried resetting the Apple TV to factory settings and adjusting the video settings on the Apple TV.... I also tried switching the Apple TV to different inputs and no luck.... What gives? Anyone else have this problem??!
 

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The CMS & Color and Tint Dilemma

Greetings Colleagues,

I have been reviewing the use of the cms and adjustments to color and tent settings. Some of the reviewed materials indicated suggestions from some notable avsforum members that use of the color filter cannot be totally discounted, depending on the display, adding that the blue filter may be used after adjusting the cms. I used the blue filter (after cms) and saw that the color was off. Below is the previous settings with the only change to color.
The tint setting was not affected.

Over the next few days I will be looking at other methods for adjusting color and tint and will post my results, if any.

Input Settings: HDMI-2,

Aspect Ratio: Normal

Picture Mode: Standard
Auto Brightness: Off
Backlight: 60
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 50
Color: 53
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 2

More Picture:
Color Temperature: Normal
Active Full Array: OFF
Clear Action: ON
Turn off all other enhancements
Color Space: Auto
Gamma: 2.4

Color Calibration:
Color Tuner:
Gain: Red -32, Green 2, Blue 34
Offset: Red 13, Green 14, Blue 12

Hue: Red 3, Green 50, Blue -11, Cyan -3, Magenta 10, Yellow -6
Saturation: Red 15, Green 22, Blue 4, Cyan 3, Magenta 26, Yellow -15
Brightness: Red 28, Green -6, Blue 0, Cyan 6, Magenta -16, Yellow 8

11 Point White Balance Settings:
Gain = 5%: Red: 7; Green: 7; Blue: 7
Gain = 10%: Red: 3; Green: 4; Blue: 8
Gain = 20%: Red: -2; Green: -1; Blue: 2
Gain = 30%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 1
Gain = 40%: Red: 5; Green: 3; Blue: 3
Gain = 50%: Red: 8; Green: 4; Blue: 3
Gain = 60%: Red: 5; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 70%: Red: 6; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 80%: Red: 3; Green: 2; Blue: 0
Gain = 90%: Red: 4; Green: 1; Blue: 1
Gain = 100%: Red: 0; Green: 0; Blue: 0

As always,
Your colleague in picture quality,

I am The Vincentfam
 

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Internal SMPTE Pattern

Greetings Colleagues,

I used Vizio's internal smpte pattern to assess the color and tint settings using the blue filter method, which verified the color setting at 53 and the tint setting at 0. I also noticed that Vizio has field patterns for calibration, something that I may look at down the road to see if the picture settings need tweaking.

The picture looks better to me.

As always, your colleague in picture quality,

I am the Vincentfam
 

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The GCD 75% Luminance/Saturation Patterns

Greetings Colleagues,

I looked at the internal Vizio calibration tests but the picture did not improve much. At the recommendations of learned forum members, I will set the hcfr software preference for color space to rec 709 (75%) and use the GCD disc's 75% color field patterns to adjust the color settings and report back to you shortly.

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The Recommended Settings

Greetings Colleagues,

The recommended settings are the last ones posted on August 17, 2019, with the exception of color which should be set at 54. This is one notch above the balanced colors using the avsforum color pattern with the blue filter. This color should add a little saturation to give the picture some pop without overly saturating colors. The primaries and secondaries are still within their targets for the CIE graph. The tint setting remains unchanged at 0.

I did try using the GCD's disc with the 75% (luminance/saturation) patterns to adjust the primaries and secondaries, but this tv did not work well with these patterns. I also tried changing the power mode, but this did not affect the picture settings. I did read a comment in the forum about the difficulty of adjusting color for a particular Vizio model, but I think it comes down to patience and experience in adjusting these settings. I also tried using the internal "calibration tests" patterns, but these patterns did not work as well as the avsforum rec 709 patterns.

So my recommended change in the settings is:

Color: 54

You may increase this color setting without impacting the other settings, but the picture's colors may become over saturated and the picture may not look that well.

Good luck.

As always, your colleague in picture quality,

I am the Vincentfam
 

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The Sharpness Factor

Greetings Once Again Colleagues,

A long long time ago when hdtvs started coming out, I recall a respected calibrator actually stating that some "sharpness" should be added to the picture and the setting should not automatically be set to zero. With this statement in mind, I thought I would look into the sharpness setting a little more.

The current sharpness setting of 2 is where artifacts do not appear on the sharpness pattern from a "viewing" distance from where the tv is normally watched. A sharpness setting of 3 is the setting where the artifacts are just starting to bloom (where the artifacts just start to appear but still barely visible). With this setting you may get some artifacts but it may not be noticeable. It makes the picture pop a little more, especially with the recent color setting that adds a little more color saturation to the picture.

Recommended Sharpness setting: 3

See what you think.

As always, your colleague in picture quality,

I am the Vincentfam
 

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Re Sharpness

Please disregard the last post regarding sharpness. increasing the setting to 3 doesn't look right to me. You may want to use the sharpness setting to 3 if it looks good to you. Apologies
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Had to dig this one out of the grave...

As of lately, I am unable to get anything from YouTube to playback in 4K. I've tried via smartcast as well as the YouTube app on the TV. This was certainly not an issue before. I used to be able to get 4K as well as HDR for years now.

Anyone else experiencing this?
 

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Vizio Reset

Greetings Tattoo:

You may have some options available with some of the technical problems with Vizio TVs. You may want to review the TV's manual prior to attempting anything. One of the options I use the soft reset technique is when, for example, my WIFI doesn't connect with the TV. I do a soft reset by unplugging the TV for at least 10-20 seconds. The TV works fine after plugging it back in. There is also admin reset/soft reset options in the user menu under system settings that may be useful, but I never had to use these options for anything. I think that the admin reset may reset all TV settings to factory default. These suggestions may or may not work, but may be worth a try, IMHO. Google "Vizio TV reset" for other options.

Good Luck,

As always,

I am the Vincentfam
 
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