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How to turn on advanced image controls in game mode?
I have a PC connected to the LG UK6520PSA TV through the hdmi 2.0 cable and incredible as it may seem I have already been able to configure the advanced image mode with all parameters connected, such as dynamic contrast, super resolution, gamma, among others.
It turns out that for some reason the advanced s control settings become inactive, with the possibility of changing the gamma only.

Has anyone ever had this problem?
I already reseated several times and I could not, it is also important to note that I saw some videos on youtube with these settings activated in game mode.

Please help me if you know something, thank you!
Sorry for the google translator.

The images below represent the options connected in hdmi game mode connected to a PC running BF

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