Even if you have a great TV, it can be hard to set it up so that meticulously shot and color-graded movies don’t look like a combination of motion-smoothed soap opera and Saturday morning cartoon. Out of the box, most sets have features like motion smoothing and various color “enhancement” settings switched on, with no easy way to set things up to view movies and TV shows the way that they were meant to be.
Directors Christopher Nolan and Paul Thomas Anderson have been talking to TV manufacturers in the UHD Alliance about standardising a “reference mode” that would more accurately display movies and shows in accordance with creative intent. Slashfilm has the information through a letter sent out by the Directors Guild of America that…
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