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It's not oversaturated, rather you see more colors that are deeper and much more vibrant. The Korean monitors don't come close. I'll try to make a recording bit I just don't have my av equipment with me for a high quality one. Go to a microcenter or frys and check it out. Don't let others tell you wide gamut is a bad thing because it's not.

Thinking you can record a wide gamut display on a standard gamut camera and then have us see the difference on our standard gamut displays just shows how little you understand... Wide gamut is made for content creation and requires a 10-bit workflow from start to finish. All video and video games are created for 8-bit gamut and displaying them on a wide gamut display causes the color space to be stretched and results in inaccurate oversaturated colors. While you may prefer it this way, it is actually an improper use of wide gamut and it would behoove you to research the science behind it before you try to convince people that your way is better.

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Interesting. Seems to go against what most reviewers would claim. Remember, almost anything you do (including gaming I would assume) is in sRGB space, so I am pretty sure what you are experiencing is saturation. I could be wrong, but that's how I've come to see it. For example, on my CrossOver Korean monitor, you could tell it was over saturated. Colors in the game like the witcher 2 would be very saturated and everything would be almost too vibrant for the setting of the game. With the Viewsonic, the colors seem much more realistic and true to how they should really look.

Yup. Can't convince people of what they don't want to hear. whistle.gif If a person really wants things to pop all they have to do is move the vibrance slider in the GPU control panel... Though I prefer my people to not look sunburnt, and my trees to not look as though they were vandalized with neon green paint.
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It's not oversaturated, rather you see more colors that are deeper and much more vibrant. The Korean monitors don't come close. I'll try to make a recording bit I just don't have my av equipment with me for a high quality one. Go to a microcenter or frys and check it out. Don't let others tell you wide gamut is a bad thing because it's not.

Thinking you can record a wide gamut display on a standard gamut camera and then have us see the difference on our standard gamut displays just shows how little you understand... Wide gamut is made for content creation and requires a 10-bit workflow from start to finish. All video and video games are created for 8-bit gamut and displaying them on a wide gamut display causes the color space to be stretched and results in inaccurate oversaturated colors. While you may prefer it this way, it is actually an improper use of wide gamut and it would behoove you to research the science behind it before you try to convince people that your way is better.

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Interesting. Seems to go against what most reviewers would claim. Remember, almost anything you do (including gaming I would assume) is in sRGB space, so I am pretty sure what you are experiencing is saturation. I could be wrong, but that's how I've come to see it. For example, on my CrossOver Korean monitor, you could tell it was over saturated. Colors in the game like the witcher 2 would be very saturated and everything would be almost too vibrant for the setting of the game. With the Viewsonic, the colors seem much more realistic and true to how they should really look.

Yup. Can't convince people of what they don't want to hear. whistle.gif If a person really wants things to pop all they have to do is move the vibrance slider in the GPU control panel... Though I prefer my people to not look sunburnt, and my trees to not look as though they were vandalized with neon green paint.

I don't need to research the science behind it because I've read all the articles about it and am aware of the differences, that's why I suggested going to Microcenter or Fry's to try it out in person. The data is fine and is very informative but subjective opinion of the end user is equally important. It is the end user who will be appreciating (or not) the picture the display outputs regardless of whether its 100% faithful to the original artists vision. Some may appreciate a dull washed out image set at 30 brightness that is faithful to the original image but others like me hate it. With regards to wide gamut displays, I have consistently stated that to ME they look far better than ones that are just sRGB.

Moving the vibrancy slider in the nvcp doesn't give near the same result. Do you own a wide gamut display? Because I have both the Viewsonic and LG next to me and DV doesn't give the Viewsonic picture quality like the LG.


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Most cheap monitors (Asus Splendid Theater+Scenery & Samsung Magic Bright) provide wide gamut-esque colors

Wide Gamut=Sun burned and/or very tanned skin for everyone and strong color dominance's. You will loose entire shade ranges to over-saturated color dominance's on a wide gamut display.

The LG has really high input lag just like the Dell U2713H (3x higher than the Viewsonic if we include pixel response times or 4x higher when referring only to the signal delay)

http://www.playwares.com/xe/27586964

This photo is from my cell so obviously it is not a true representation as Zinifion clarified above, but it should give people a general idea of what a Wide gamut display (left) will look like vs sRGB



In reality the Wide Gamut display looks even more over-saturated.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 3/19/13 at 6:10pm
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Most cheap monitors (Asus Splendid Theater+Scenery & Samsung Magic Bright) provide wide gamut-esque colors

Wide Gamut=Sun burned and/or very tanned skin for everyone and strong color dominance's. You will loose entire shade ranges to over-saturated color dominance's on a wide gamut display.

The LG has really high input lag just like the Dell U2713H (3x higher than the Viewsonic if we include pixel response times or 4x higher when referring only to the signal delay)

http://www.playwares.com/xe/27586964

This photo is from my cell so obviously it is not a true representation as Zinifion clarified above, but it should give people a general idea of what a Wide gamut display (left) will look like vs sRGB



In reality the Wide Gamut display looks even more over-saturated.

Sorry but that's not at all like what the LG panel looks like vs the regular one like viewsonic. Unless you have actually tried it (LG) in person and compared it, you can't really speak to how it looks. I'm staring at both of them RIGHT NOW and I know what I see. I also gamed with both of them and the LG is no different than the Viewsonic. Last night I had both on duplicate and there was no difference at all aside from the LG having less ghosting in BF3. So who am I going to trust? A review that tells me one thing or myself where I have the two in front of me and can see the differences first hand? Common sense says I'll trust myself over some guys measurements or opinions. Also, these kinds of measurements are far from infallible, the room for error is huge depending on the equipment used and the competency of the reviewer (you've blasted TFT Central yourself for them using outdated equipment).

That is why I'll keep advocating to everyone to go try for yourselves and see what you think. I wouldn't drop $1100 on something if I thought it wasn't worth the money nor would I be filing for an RMA with Amazon to send back a perfect display.
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Someone has no idea who MenacingTuba is.... whistle.gif

And that's the last I have to say on the matter. wave2.gif
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Sorry but that's not at all like what the wide gamut display panel looks like vs the regular one like viewsonic. Unless you have actually tried it in person and compared it, you can't really speak to how it looks. I'm staring at both of them RIGHT NOW and I know what I see. I also gamed with both of them and the LG is no different than the Viewsonic. Last night I had both on duplicate and there was no difference at all aside from the LG having less ghosting in BF3. So who am I going to trust? A review that tells me one thing or myself where I have the two in front of me and can see the differences first hand? Common sense says I'll trust myself over some guys measurements or opinions. Also, these kinds of measurements are far from infallible, the room for error is huge depending on the equipment used and the competency of the reviewer (you've blasted TFT Central yourself for them using outdated equipment).

That is why I'll keep advocating to everyone to go try for yourselves and see what you think. I wouldn't drop $1100 on something if I thought it wasn't worth the money nor would I be filing for an RMA with Amazon to send back a perfect display.

He literally just said that he took that picture with his phone. Don't you think he has seen a wide-gamut display? Also, are you viewing that on the ViewSonic or the LG? 'Cause the LG would make that look even worse, considering that the picture wasn't made for wide-gamut use.
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Someone has no idea who MenacingTuba is.... whistle.gif

And that's the last I have to say on the matter. wave2.gif

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He literally just said that he took that picture with his phone. Don't you think he has seen a wide-gamut display? Also, are you viewing that on the ViewSonic or the LG? 'Cause the LG would make that look even worse, considering that the picture wasn't made for wide-gamut use.

He didn't say the photo was from a wide gamut display rather that's how it could look. I've seen his youtube videos, they're quite informative and that's why I purchased the viewsonic in the first place. It's a great display but the skin tones on the LG vs Viewsonic don't look all red and burned either. Which display am I viewing this from? Take your pick, I've got both next to each other.

I'm not trying to sell anyone on the LG or even wide gamut for that matter, just letting those that are interested know that wide gamut can actually look really nice and to go give it a look before writing it off. The Viewsonic goes back in a few days, its a great display but to me the LG is better.

P.S.: https://www.dropbox.com/s/43l4rlrc3akxxss/IMG_20130319_183631.jpg
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if nothing else, at least the LG has a less intrusive stand. tongue.gif I agree with the other kind folks here when it comes to this matter, but to each their own.
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My picture is of a calibrated Dell U2713H in the custom color mode=adobe RGB & a calibrated CrossOver 2720MDP which is sRGB

I have 2 more examples, same rules apply as the first:

Adobe RGB


sRGB



In 10 years+ time Adobe RGB will probably be the standard.

I agree, the LG's stand is much better except for the silver finish on the neck.


Edited by MenacingTuba - 3/19/13 at 10:08pm
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