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Old 30-06-2019, 21:40   #1
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Old 01-07-2019, 12:28   #2
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Can someone explain if this is correct. Every kit I download seems to have been configured around PES 2014 systems of RGB colours being limited in game. However with the advent of New TV's with HDR this doesn't seem to be a limitation anymore but Kit editors still ahere to this limitation?

I'm currently colour correcting all A-League kits as the Grey kits from PES Master or PES World are limiting White to light grey and black to dark grey, after correcting the colours they actually appear darker and whiter in game which looks a shit load better....

Am I doing something wrong, all of the colours just look better in 2019 on my HDR TV after I colour correct them? Why do they editors not just produce a HDR and a non HDR kit if this is the limitation?

Edit: Yep, just tested it, seems the colour limitations from the kit Editors are absolutely pointless, pure white and pure black just straight up look better and I have no idea why they are forcing the limited colour into the kit editors...
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