If you recently bought a Smart TV or you have had one for a few months, you will have to know the secret that we will reveal to you today. Is that to appreciate a better image and get the most out of it, it is essential to make a setting accurate and knowledgeable. If you do not know how to configure your television, here we will tell you what are the two things that you should change yes or yes.
How to configure my new Smart TV?
Disable ‘Dynamic’ mode and switch to ‘Cinema’ mode
The usual thing in many models is that, by default, our new screen is activated when it is turned on for the first time in an operating mode called ‘Standard’ or ‘Dynamic’, with very vivid and saturated colors that will please us at first glance, but in the long run, when we have been watching for a few minutes or hours, the image it will tire us Therefore, it will be vital to change it and go to ‘Cinema’ mode.
From that mode on, it is possible to start, if we want to refine more, with the calibration process, adjusting other parameters to leave everything to our liking. In this way, the ‘Cinema’ mode eliminates all the extra processing that manufacturers add to their Smart TVsuch as excessive sharpening, oversaturated in colors, smoothing movements and adjust the correct aspect ratio of the image on the screen.
Remove motion smoothing
Motion smoothing is a feature included in most Smart TV modern and whose mission in theory is to improve the perceived quality in action sequences where there are objects or scenes moving on the screen. This configuration plays a vital role because it is a post-processing technique of the image that “invents” new frames among several already existing ones, which can have negative consequences for image quality as well as adding a certain “soap opera” touch.
The bad thing about this setting smoothing is that it gives us the feeling that the image it is recorded with a low-quality camera or often shot as if we were passing it in fast motion. In addition, very annoying digital artifacts are also created that worsen image quality. For example, they appear as “pixel clouds” around objects that move quickly from one part of the screen to another. By deactivating the smoothing mode, we will make the most of our Smart TV.