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I HAVE A LG 60LB650V WITH FIRMWARE 04.41.32 (I THINK IT HAPPENS WITH ALL LGTV WEBOS TVS)

 

I´AM TESTING over USB 1 (FULL HD) SOME TESTPATTERN IN CINMEMAMODE.

 

THE GREEN PATTERN IS NOT CALIBRATED OPTIMAL WITH ALL MODES and YOU CANNOT CALIBRATE IT CORRECTLY:

ON HDMI MODE I DONT SEE AN ERROR WITH GREEN PATTERN.

 

SECOND BUG?

 

IF YOU WANT TO TRY TO CALIBRATE, YOU MUST SET COLOR FROM 50 TO 35 AND THAN ITS UNDERCOLORED. TRYING TO CHANGE THE LUMINANCE OF COLORS YOU SEE SQUARES.

 

TRYING ONLY CHANGING RED LUMINANCE FROM 0 TO 5; YOU SEE AFTER THAT SQUARES ON MKV/MP4 FILES.

(LUMINACE WAS CHANGE BECAUSE OF RED/GREEN/BLUE FILTER FROM TV TO CALIBRATE.)

ON USB MODE YOU SEE OTHER COLORS AS IN HDMI MODE.

 

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