Just wondering if anyone else has had this issue with some colours not working correctly like I had a YouTube video playing that does various colours to test the Ambilight but works fine for any device. When part of the the screen is red or completely red the backlight colour Is blue like in the photo below:
Please excuse the mess To the right. This is in my Snug room TV (2020 LG OLED 65 GX)which is just about to be painted followed by wall mounting the TV which is very slim. I do a lot of testing and also PC gaming on this with my Nvidia 3080 TI Founders but thats in the room behind the wall which Is the garage where my 42u (yes, all 2 meters tall of it) server rack is and contains my Control4 Home Automation like lights, locks, whole house music and video etc.
Anyhow, back to the colours problem, does anyone know a fix?
Hmmm, I have the same issue with white being blueish (looks exactly like in the videos Gerhard posted), but this cannot be an issue of Dolby Vision or HDR since I also have this when having SDR-content on the screen.
Is there any way to fix this? As some others mentioned above, it would be great to have some kind of colour-correction-option in the app because the "blue" kind of distracts from the content played.
Thanks a lot & regards
Dolby Vison issue please contact our support for free splitter
Its because HDR is on or Dolby Vision is turned on. Need free splitter from lytmi to resolve
Same Problem.... White allways looks blueish. So why you cant implement a color correction in your app like AmbiBox does? Your software is very basic. And for that price this is a little disappointing. Also its not possible to save user color presets.
Your product is not bad.... but it could be much better! So what are your Plans with neo 2.0?
hi, color correction is much needed as also capture zone to decide the limits from witch to get the colors
C'mon LYTMI guys, I already sent you some examples on PC version and also posted some examples on the Facebook page for NEO 2.0. You need to implementate a color correction option! In most cases a shift about 15-20% from blue to yellow gets the correct colors. Also a color correction tool could help on colored walls.
Or milk is blueish
One more video you can see the bubbles aren't recognized
Another one where you can see that white is too blueish
Same issue. I noticed reds aren't accurately presented. Whites looks blueish. Is this a software issue or are the colors really muted?
Hi Jamie, did you connect any external HDMI devices as input, as built-in apps is not supported.