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    Has anyone else noticed the Colour green in the grandtour is like super over saturated or increased in luminence. Shubs and grass look lumious.

    This on the HD SDR cast and on multiple TV's and monitors.

    Is this a intented thing ? If so, its lame. Just display colours properly gahhh.

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    Quote Originally posted by StonedOne View Post
    Has anyone else noticed the Colour green in the grandtour is like super over saturated or increased in luminence. Shubs and grass look lumious.

    This on the HD SDR cast and on multiple TV's and monitors.

    Is this a intented thing ? If so, its lame. Just display colours properly gahhh.
    The green would really depend on when this was shot and how green spring looks there. After everything blooms/sprouts/comes to life here, and we had a good wet winter for the grass it is easily that green for a good few weeks. Im on the fence with this one, but would more lean your way on the color.

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    Quote Originally posted by StonedOne View Post
    Has anyone else noticed the Colour green in the grandtour is like super over saturated or increased in luminence. Shubs and grass look lumious.

    This on the HD SDR cast and on multiple TV's and monitors.

    Is this a intented thing ? If so, its lame. Just display colours properly gahhh.
    I have only watched the episodes in HDR which has a wide color gamut and colors are definitely saturated.

    Just fired up the 4th episode on my computer which has a ton of green and there is some heavy saturation but skimming through the episode, it isn't limited only to green, it is just the visual style of the show.

    This shot does have an intense amount of green but even if you look at the skin tones, I see there is a saturation push.


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    Probably trying to make them a little more healthy.

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    Well, I couldn't try anything if I wanted to currently, my internet connection is down. BT Openreach engineer on his way, i.e. supposed to land here some time within 5 working days yippee... /facepalm

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    As an update, I watched a couple more episodes of The Grand Tour, and (while not being of remarkable quality) the blacks were not as badly crushed (I concur re the colour saturation though). So it's probably a combination of factors (dark filters and encoding quality?) that made the blacks of that specific movie so bad.

    I'll have to watch more content to be able to properly assess...

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    I tried some of the fings you mentioned and didn't see any issues buddy. Could it be your old eyes?

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    The other day watching an episode of the Expanse it kept flopping between 480p and 1080p. That was pretty annoying. :-P.

    Not sure if Amazon server was underload or if was the new XBone app.

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    Watched the first episode of Sneaky Pete yesterday morning and blacks were definitely crushed.

    Quote Originally posted by red_dog007 View Post
    The other day watching an episode of the Expanse it kept flopping between 480p and 1080p. That was pretty annoying. :-P.

    Not sure if Amazon server was underload or if was the new XBone app.
    The latter, most likely. I've had awful experiences with quality dropping while streaming on the Xbox.

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