Really guys ?
I put HDR+, contrast and backlight 45+, Color 35, Native, Standard color image.
Just watched the last GOT episode 1080p from Kodi (Raspberry platform) and still bright when subs...
Someone can post exactly which settings do you use ? Or maybe thats from the fact I use Kodi to play that still affect ?
Unfortunately you didn't read correct, but here we go; Picture settings (for non HDR movies/series etc): - Standard mode - activate HDR+ mode
- Local dimming is set to low (important)
- Backlight between 40-50 (I like max 40, but that's taste)
- Brightness 0 (I have -2 in combination with contrast enhancer set on high)
- Contrast 45
- Color 25 (I did 27, again; taste)
- Sharpness 0-5 (I have 5)
- Motion plus 0 - 4 (I like 4)
- Color tone: warm 1
- (or) Turn the sliders of blur reduction + judder to 0 (if option is available)
- !! The most important one is to change Color Space Settings to AUTO - Contrast enhancer to high (personal taste - play with what u like)
Also change the Color Space Settings for all other settings to auto (so for HDR-mode, game mode, PC-mode etc) Lemmie know if it works, I am very curious. Cause for this is what works for me incredibly well. I'm still happy with this input from the user before me. I watched different series last night; all no light up with subtitles - QLED QE49Q6FN (49 inch - 2018 model)
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However, I found a fix for you guys! For SDR content, go into expert picture settings and activate HDR+ mode and make sure local dimming is set to low.
Go ahead and taylor hdr+ mode to your liking, but I like a very high backlight(45-50), high contrast (45+), color around 25 and probably the most important one is to change color space to auto as native seems to be on by default and in my opinion over saturates the picture. You also will want to disable motion plus, or turn the sliders of blur reduction and judder to 0 if you don like that since it defaults to on. With these settings, standard dynamic range content looks fantastic for me and it completely removed subtitles increasing overall screen brightness in dark scenes. I might make a video about it later showing the huge difference.
Where have you been?!
FINALLY a solution in settings that works for me and hopefully for many more.
Just watched Game of Thrones with dark scenes and subtitles and I’ll be damned; it didn’t light up! Just when I got hopeless.
I hope this works for many more people! They should def try this!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! You’re a gem!
No thanks to Samsung, never buying your tv again, that’s for sure.
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