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    Picture calibration in PFL5xx7

    Hi,

    If anyone has a picture setting to recommend, I would be interested in knowing.

    My current settings give a pretty accurate picture, but I have a feeling it lacks "magic": Hollywood super productions look like I was sitting in the very same room as the actors. It looks kind of amateurish, if you understand what I mean.

    My settings:

    Brightness (SD) 50
    Sharpness (SD) 7
    Color Temp / tint (SD) RGB 127 / hue 0
    Contrast (SD) 95
    Color Sat (SD) 58
    Backlight (SD) 70

    In "advanced adjustments":
    SD - 1 MPEG NR: min
    SD - 2 dyn. Contrast: off
    SD - 3 dyn. Backlight: off
    SD - 4 NR: medium
    SD - 5 HD Natural Motion: medium
    SD - 6 Clear LCD: on
    SD - 7 Super Resolution: on
    SD - 8 Color Enh: medium
    SD - 9 Gamma: 0
    SD - 10 Light Sensor: off
    SD - 11 Screen edges: 5

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    Hello
    I have the same feeling about Hollywood super productions that look like I was sitting in the very same room as the actors.
    Have you found anything useful about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetux View Post
    Hello
    I have the same feeling about Hollywood super productions that look like I was sitting in the very same room as the actors.
    Have you found anything useful about this?
    Hi,

    I did find out what caused this: it's the "HD natural motion" which should be turned off.

    After trying different image settings, I found this to be the best:

    Normal adjustments:

    Backlight contrast 75
    Brightness: 51
    Color: 54
    Sharpness: 6
    Noise reduction: min.
    Color Temp / tint: custom (red:111, green:110, blue:90, red-bl:7, green-bl 6, blue-bl 0)


    In "Pixel Plus HD":

    HD Natural Motion: off
    Clear LCD: on
    Super Resolution: on
    Dynamic Contrast: min
    Dynamic Backlight: off
    MPEG artefact red: min
    Color Enh: off
    Gamma: -1
    Video contrast: 80

    Hope it works for you!

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