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Adjusting various picture settings (e.g. picture brightness/colour)
You can adjust various picture settings, such as picture brightness/colour, etc.
Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] using the / buttons.
Select [Display] using the / buttons, then press the button.
Select [Picture] using the / buttons, then press the button.
Select the desired option using the / buttons, then press the button.
To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice.
- [Target Inputs]
- Applies custom picture settings to the current input or to common memory shared by other inputs.
- [Picture Mode]
- Enables selection of a picture mode according to your preference.
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- Resets all the [Picture] settings to the factory settings excluding [Target Inputs], [Picture Mode] and [Advanced Settings].
- Adjusts the brightness of the backlight. Reducing the brightness of the screen will reduce the power consumption.
- Adjusts picture contrast.
- Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
- Adjusts colour intensity.
- Adjusts green and red tones.
([Hue] is available depending on colour system.)
- [Colour Temperature]
- Adjusts the whiteness of the picture.
[Cool]: Gives white colours a bluish tint.
[Neutral]: Gives white colours a neutral tint.
[Warm 1]/[Warm 2]: Gives white colours a reddish tint. [Warm 2] gives a redder tint than [Warm 1].
- Adjusts sharpness of the picture.
- [Noise Reduction]
- [Auto]: Automatically reduces picture noise.
[High]/[Medium]/[Low]: Modifies the effect of noise reduction.
[Intelligent]: Automatically optimises picture quality with noise reduction.
(This function is available only for analogue RF input and composite video input.)
It’s recommended to select [Intelligent] for analogue input signal of bad quality.
[Off]: Turns off [Noise Reduction].
- [MPEG Noise Reduction]
- [Auto]: Automatically reduces noise in MPEG-compressed videos.
[High]/[Medium]/[Low]: Reduces noise in MPEG-compressed videos.
[Off]: Turns off [MPEG Noise Reduction].
- [Dot Noise Reduction]
- [Auto]: Automatically reduces dot noise around objects on the screen.
[Off]: Turns off [Dot Noise Reduction].
- [Reality Creation]
- Adjusts detail and noise for a realistic picture.
- [Video Area Detection]
- Adjusts effect level optimally by detecting video area within a picture.
- Adjusts detail and clarity of the picture.
- [Noise Filtering]
- Adjusts to reduce noise of the picture.
- [Smooth Gradation]
- Creates smooth gradations on flat surfaces of the picture.
- [Smooth]: Provides smoother picture movement; especially effective for film-based content.
[Standard]: Provides smoother picture movement for standard use.
[Clear]: Reduces motion blur while maintaining brightness for high-speed picture content.
[Clear Plus]: Reduces motion blur for high-speed picture content more than [Clear].
[Impulse]: Reproduces original picture quality. Provides cinema-like picture, which may flicker.
[True Cinema]: Images, such as a movie created in 24 frames per second, are reproduced at the original framerate.
[Off]: Use this setting if [Smooth], [Standard], [Clear], [Clear Plus], [Impulse] or [True Cinema] results in a distorted picture.
(Depending on the picture content, you may not see the effect visually even if you have changed the settings.)
- [Film Mode]/[Cinema Drive]/[CineMotion]*
- * Option name differs depending on your region/country.
[Auto]: Displays film-based content with picture expression close to the original by applying a film-specific process.
[Off]: Turns off [Film Mode]/[Cinema Drive]/[CineMotion].
(If the image contains irregular signals or too much noise, this setting is automatically turned off even if [Auto] is selected.)
- [Advanced Settings]
- [Reset]: Resets all [Advanced Settings] to the default values (except for [White Balance]).
[Black Corrector]: Enhances black areas of the picture for stronger contrast.
[Adv. Contrast Enhancer]: Automatically optimises [Backlight] and [Picture] according to the brightness of the screen. This setting is effective for dark images and scenes.
[Gamma]: Adjusts the balance between light and dark areas of the picture.
[LED Dynamic Control]: Optimises contrast by adjusting brightness in individual sections of the screen. ([LED Dynamic Control] is available depending on the TV model.)
[Auto Light Limiter]: Reduces glare such as in scenes where the entire screen is white.
[Clear White]: Emphasises whiteness in the picture.
[Live Colour]: Makes colours more vivid.
[White Balance]: Adjusts red, green and blue level in the screen.
[Detail Enhancer]: Enhances the details of the picture.
[Edge Enhancer]: Enhances the edges of the picture.
[Skin Naturaliser]: Detects faces and reproduces natural skin tone.
[Display Speed Preference]: Optimises picture display speed. Selecting [On] optimises the TV’s response to game controller/PC mouse operation.