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Old 01-06-2019, 04:08 PM   #2801
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pretty sure i already know the answer as I couldn't find it anywhere.. but Disney has never released any of the (to date) live action movies in 4K correct? Like anywhere US/UK/etc..
The UK does not get them, not counting their subsidiary companies like Lucasfilm we don't even get the Pixar ones
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Old 01-06-2019, 04:23 PM   #2802
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Should I use same picture settings for Dolby Vision and HDR10?

Didn't realize it till I played latest DV title but my tv goes into a separate picture mode with diff settings. So it uses same picture mode for blurays and HDR10(aside from settings that auto change) and another for DV.
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Old 01-06-2019, 04:34 PM   #2803
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Should I use same picture settings for Dolby Vision and HDR10?

Didn't realize it till I played latest DV title but my tv goes into a separate picture mode with diff settings. So it uses same picture mode for blurays and HDR10(aside from settings that auto change) and another for DV.
It would be hard to do any calibration on your own with HDR of any flavor without a pro device or 4k calibration disc. That the industry is still pissing around with HDR standards now is telling.
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Old 01-06-2019, 05:01 PM   #2804
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Even so, you should at least align your colour settings between the two modes as DV still uses the D65 white point.
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Old 01-06-2019, 05:23 PM   #2805
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Thx, I just replicated my other settings. I had noticed the DV titles looked slightly dull but just thought that was normal, about half way in on Ready player one I decided to check them and sure enough all outta whack. The auto local dimming setting makes a diff, changed to high and the dullness went away.

Should I keep the contrast cranked all the way? I set to 90 for the other mode that shares HDR and SDR content
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Old 01-06-2019, 05:51 PM   #2806
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Contrast to max in DV on my ZD9 blows out highlight detail quite badly, I set it to 89 so you might as well leave yours on 90 as well.
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Old 01-08-2019, 05:48 PM   #2807
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Just a little 4K FYI to those who were waiting for MicroLED (or MiniLED) TV's to come along and knock down OLED, FALD LED panels? As a reasoning behind not jumping on current sets...

CES has shown yet another year to be exciting, but no less definitive progress! There is demos in the field, potentially one or two ultra high end bank account torturing models, and promise to maybe get some regularly expensive displays with this tech more likely 2020. At a minimum. Looking like you will pay LG Wallpaper series money for the first few years. With miniaturization limitation sets start no smaller than 75", and no price less than $15-20K

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Reading the tea leaves, these sets won't be for anything but the higher end market for up to 5 years. So, waiting seems like a dumb move to me.

If you only have a ceiling of 5 grand to spend on a TV, I would maybe see about the C9 or Sony (both 65") OLED later this year, and then look to upgrade in no less than 3, probably more reasonably 5 years if this market for these burgeoning technologies actually becomes viable to common man.

I guess MiniLED is more promising for FALD folks. But again it's gonna be more expensive than a ZD9 type set for some time. And all these 8K flooding the space also throw a spanner in the works to viability of these sets.
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Old 01-08-2019, 08:39 PM   #2808
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I just want 3D back.
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