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Old 09-18-2019, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default Is it just me or does HDR content vary in quality?

I've watched 4K HDR content on both Netflix and Vudu and a big thing I've noticed is how much the content can really vary in quality. Some of the content can look amazing, but others can look extremely dark.

For those that have the Netflix 4K plan, a good example of bad looking content would be- A Series of Unfortunate Events. That series looks way too dark and can be very difficult to see the picture. However, some other content that look fantastic are: Unbelievable, Tall Girl, The I-Land and Sex Education. Unbelievable is a dark series, but the HDR handles it well and keeps the picture well detailed throughout the series. The other three look nice and bright.

Anyone else have this issue? Maybe it's my TV or something, though I can't imagine why it would be as my TV uses the same settings for all HDR content. So that doesn't explain why it can look extremely dark and unwatchable on one content, but look nice and bright on another.
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