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There is a lot of orange about but players shirts are red - seats are orange

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its probably the exposure on your camera mate, I meant the red under egypt on the score banner and also the banner at the bottom

 

cheers

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Sticking my neck out now,  I'd say better than Sky UHD - woohaaaa what a save ! 😏😏😏

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 Can't see any issue - colours look superb IMHO  The overall PQ is better than Sky's!  Goooooooooooooal lol

 

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To be honest the KS did good  (with help from the Roku)  😏😏😏


@rozel wrote:

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As much as I'm jumping for joy at our little stunner of a set - we knew she was capable - those Reds do look washed out - they were a vivid deep Red on the LG I was watching it on.

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@TastyBurger666 wrote:

As much as I'm jumping for joy at our little stunner of a set - we knew she was capable - those Reds do look washed out - they were a vivid deep Red on the LG I was watching it on.

Yes, that's because of the wrong HLG gamma curve. To remove the washed-out look you need to reduce the backlight to about 10 to match the equivalent SDR picture.  Remember, HLG should only be noticable on the bright highlights in the image, the main picture from 0% to about 70% luminance should look identical to an SDR image (aside from the WCG).

 

On my MU6400 TV iPlayer app, both the colour saturation and luminance are correct, with a 20 backlight on HLG corresponding very closely to a 12 backlight on SDR.  I've also discovered that the TV's internal media player uses the wrong colour space for HLG :(

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Guys,  if you are referring to the banner at the bottom of the screen,  it wasn't red it was more of a rusty red.   Not sure you'd call it washed out.   Reds that were supposed to be red were definately red     To be honest too many variables in here.  We were reviewing the football via BBC iplayer via the Roku + on either a JS or  KS TV,  not an LG.   To me the washed out effect,  if that's what you want to call it comes in on over exposed areas only - maybe HLG cannot compensate for these yet,  I did hear something on this but forget where.  I'm not turning down the back light,  just turning up the colour a wee bit.

 

But, and I will acknowledge this if true,  are you saying the LG definately doesn't display over exposed areas on the screen at all?  - case in point was the interview at the very end of the match in the stadium after the spectators had gone.  This seemed over exposed on my KS9500.   Otherwise,  I say again,  that the PQ was superior to UHD on Sky and I watch a lot of  footy.


@rozel wrote:

Guys,  if you are referring to the banner at the bottom of the screen,  it wasn't red it was more of a rusty red.   Not sure you'd call it washed out.   Reds that were supposed to be red were definately red     To be honest too many variables in here.  We were reviewing the football via BBC iplayer via the Roku + on either a JS or  KS TV,  not an LG.   To me the washed out effect,  if that's what you want to call it comes in on over exposed areas only - maybe HLG cannot compensate for these yet,  I did hear something on this but forget where.  I'm not turning down the back light,  just turning up the colour a wee bit.

 

But, and I will acknowledge this if true,  are you saying the LG definately doesn't display over exposed areas on the screen at all?  - case in point was the interview at the very end of the match in the stadium after the spectators had gone.  This seemed over exposed on my KS9500.   Otherwise,  I say again,  that the PQ was superior to UHD on Sky and I watch a lot of  footy.


I'm talking about the UI graphics, they were a deep deep red. I mean, yes, compensate for the camera, conditions, etc.

 

How did the studio sections look? Could you see the detail on the presenter faces?

 

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@rozel wrote:

Guys,  if you are referring to the banner at the bottom of the screen,  it wasn't red it was more of a rusty red.   Not sure you'd call it washed out.   Reds that were supposed to be red were definately red     To be honest too many variables in here.  We were reviewing the football via BBC iplayer via the Roku + on either a JS or  KS TV,  not an LG.   To me the washed out effect,  if that's what you want to call it comes in on over exposed areas only - maybe HLG cannot compensate for these yet,  I did hear something on this but forget where.  I'm not turning down the back light,  just turning up the colour a wee bit.

 

But, and I will acknowledge this if true,  are you saying the LG definately doesn't display over exposed areas on the screen at all?  - case in point was the interview at the very end of the match in the stadium after the spectators had gone.  This seemed over exposed on my KS9500.   Otherwise,  I say again,  that the PQ was superior to UHD on Sky and I watch a lot of  footy.


for me when watching the test football loop on both the V6 (SDR UHD) and the Roku (HLG/HDR UHD) what I did notice that areas that we over exposed happened on both. The main difference in HLG was the colour was more vibrant. 

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