Product : TVs > LED TV
The Picture Option menu contains settings that may not be available depending on your source or signal.
The Color Tone option will change intensity of the white light in the picture which will add a blue or red hue to your picture. Depending on the picture mode you select (For example: Standard, Dynamic, Movie) some color tones will be grayed out. There are 4 different options for color tone;
The Size option will change the aspect ratio that your TV displays the incoming signal in. Depending on the resolution of the incoming signal (For example: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i) some pictures sizes will be grayed out. There are 5 different options for Picture Size;
Digital Noise Filter:
The Digital NR (Noise Reduction) option will help eliminate any excess digital noise in a picture and help to reduce any flicker caused by this. This option is intended for 480i video which will generally have the most "noise" in the signal. There are six options for setting Digital NR;
The MPEG Noise Filter option will help eliminate any excess digital noise in a picture and help to reduce any flicker caused by this. This option is intended for digital video signals. There are five options for setting MPEG Noise Filter;
HDMI Black Level:
The HDMI Black Level option will compensate for the black level range of an HDMI input. When this option is set it can expand the black level range to 0-255 from a YCrCb color source. When an HDMI device that supports an RGB color range and already use the 0-255 HDMI black level range is connected, the HDMI Black Level option will be grayed out. There are two options for setting HDMI Black Level;
Auto Motion Plus* (Select Models)
The Auto Motion Plus option will help provide a smooth frame transition when watching fast action programming. This feature corrects two different picture problems, Blur and Judder. When set correctly AMP can reduce the amount of noticeable blur or judder on your TV. If set incorrectly this option may over compensate for this motion and disrupt your viewing experience. The AMP feature refers to the process of inserting extra frames (interpolation) into the video. Your TV is always processing at 120Hz or 240Hz depending on your model. AMP is available with all sources, picture modes, and resolutions with the exception of the PC input or any input re-labeled as PC. There are six possible settings for Auto Motion Plus;
Note: This is the only mode that the Blur and Judder reduction adjustment bars will be available for modification.