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Windows 10 HDR Green Tint

Hi,

 

So I've just upgraded to a Sony 4K x900H TV and I've been trying to test out HDR.

 

Problem is I seem to get this awful green tint overlaying most of my games including games that support HDR10.

 

Any help on this would be great.

 

Cheers.

 

My Nvidia settings:

 

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A very basic and quick way to help with this is to go to the 'Adjust Desktop color settings'  check 'use nvidia setting', on the drop down select the green color channel, and adjust as needed by eye. You can search online for calibration images to help with this.

 

However the better way is to use a coloromiter (like the X-rite i1 DisplayPro) and create a ICC profile using DisplayCAL.

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As you're using a TV, you can just change the color settings in your picture mode.

 

Also with windows it's strongly suggested that you keep HDR disabled until you need it for a game that supports it. Keep it off for everything else or the color reproduction and contrast will be completely off.

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51 minutes ago, Stahlmann said:

As you're using a TV, you can just change the color settings in your picture mode.

 

Also with windows it's strongly suggested that you keep HDR disabled until you need it for a game that supports it. Keep it off for everything else or the color reproduction and contrast will be completely off.

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