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Old 31-07-2016, 03:04   #1936
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Old 07-09-2016, 12:07   #1937
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who has discovered the General Forums. God help us.who has discovered the General Forums. God help us.

Only recently I became interested in full/limited RGB functions in PS4. I think I had set it to full all the time and only yesterday I thought maybe I need to play with it. Plus I noticed games like Resident Evil 1 remastered/Fallout 4 (at night) look brighter on youtube when played by others. You can actually see extra textures being there, while mine is usually black and not much can be seen. Then I found out if you set RGB to full and your TV supports only limited, you will get what is called crushed blacks (like in my case). I went to automatic/limited and I could see all the extra details/textures well, but the overal view seemed kind of washed out/grey. (maybe I was used to darker tones and need to get used to new ones?) I just cant figure out if my tv supports full RGB or not. I have pretty old LG 37LH3000 tv. I switched back to full and increased sharpness/brightness and its almost the same as with limited, only less grey. I can see all the extra details and have more vibrant/less washed out colors now. I did various tests and to my surprise they show that this LG tv does support full RGB.

http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-37LH3000-lcd-tv

Says Colors Reproduction (R,G,B) Bit - 10.

Anyone could confirm this? Or recommend ps4 settings I should use, maybe some tv calibration tips? Since I am kind of lost at the moment. It even seems that any setting I use now feels way different. One becomes too washed out grey, the other darker, more vibrant, but requires me to increase contrast a lot in tv settings.
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