Auto dims

I have actually review a lot around auto dimming however I couldnt find my difficulty in particular. I had the lg c9 55 inch with absolutely no problem at all. I switched to the 65 inch version and also thats wbelow the problems started.

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Eincredibly time I go into the food selection of Fifa, tbelow is immideately an auto dimming triggered. This goes on when I proceed the match for some secs. It is pretty annoying. Also I gained some really small lags sometimes. I dont recognize it this relies on ps4 bereason this simply shows up after switching to the 65 incher. I have tried multiple settings, however nothing helped.

Anyone through the same issues?


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10 months ago
Which picture preset are you using? I had the exact same issue as soon as utilizing HDR Video Game mode. But then I switched to COMPUTER mode (transforming the input symbol to the PC) and use the Standard preset. No more concerns from that point.


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Initial Poster10 months earlier · edited 10 months ago

Done and worked! Thank you very a lot :) would certainly have never before discovered out ... tright here are so many kind of Settings! Now back in love via this tv!

Edit: now it doesn’t job-related anymore aget. I don’t acquire it


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10 months ago
I would guess that it's the Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL). OLEDs have that function built-in and there unfortunately isn't anything you can carry out about it.

I haven't noticed it in any of the content that I've watched yet, however I've check out that it have the right to be distracting.


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10 months ago

If you desire to permanently disable auto dimming. You have actually enter the business menu and also TCOMPUTER Enable to off.

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10 months ago

Have you tried turning DTM on/off? Maybe that alters the brightness of your display.


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10 months ago

Have you switched off ai brightness?

Make certain all Ai affects for image settings are off.


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10 months ago

This must be a FIFA just problem? I play a large array of games on my C9 and also PS4 pro. The just time I check out any kind of dimming is if I leave the console idle for a while on a static food selection.


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Original Poster10 months ago

Same below. Just through Fifa. But unfortunately this is my primary entertainment resource at this tv. What I dont acquire is that the c9 55 inch hasnt created these impacts.


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5 months ago

I have never before had this trouble via any other TV or game. My Samsung 65" qled lowers while I play pro clubs. It lasts about 20 to 30 secs til I gain used to it until my display brigh10s and also normalizes...any ideas...this is a qled not oled


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10 months ago

There's a setting on the TV, designed to combat static images favor news channel logos which cause burn in. Look approximately in the settings and also turn it off if it bothers you that much.

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Initial Poster10 months ago

That didn’t work


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