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Your eyes are normally the best indicators to how a picture will look; just adjust the color and tint so that the people's faces reflect how they look in real life, and do not adjust the picture while a commercial is airing.
The picture setting for any TV depends upon the taste of the viewer. Contrast is the deepness of details in black and grey level. In most TVs a 55 to 75% of contrast will give a good picture. you have to adjust the brightness level also according to contrast. It is best ot turn out colour to 0% first. Adjust contrast and brightness to get a well detailed B/W picture first. The apply enough colour to that B/W picture according to your taste. Face colour of a newsreader at studio will be the best reference to intensity of colour.OK.
First adjust the contrast & then brightness in such a manner that there just picture detailing. Adjust these controls especially on hair details of the person in the picture. The adjustment should be soft on eyes. Colour shall be adjusted for colour of an Indian should look. If your TV has ambiance sensor, then there is no need to change the settings in day & night.
Adjustment is in the menu screen, you shouldn't have to go very deep as it is a frequently adjusted setting.
White Balance is how the camera interprets white depending on ambient lighting. Have you ever noticed how when you are taking pictures inside at night and all of the light comes from lamps and the flash that your pictures have a yellow look? Take a picture under flourescent lamps and the pictures look different as well? How about outside? Best true color rendition on the picture taken outside, but different than the others.
White balance is a way for the photographer to adjust the tone of the picture to accurately reproduce the true colors seen in real life in the picture. Most cameras have an automatic white balance and they usually work fairly well. But for the best results, set it manually. Your whites will be white and skin tones appear accurate.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
The problem is that everyone has a different "taste" when it comes to these settings. I like to turn the color all the way down to start with. You should (if the set is factory adjusted correctly) have a black and white picture. If it's not B&W, then there's something inside the set that needs adjusted and you should get a service call. Then I adjust brightness and contrast to get the best B&W picture. Then I turn the color up until I'm happy with the color level, then I adust tint.
Hopefully someone on here has a manual and can tell you exactly where the tint controls are. Also need to try adjusting the color level, turn it clear down so you have a black and white picture.
Is the picture still green over the screen with the color control
set clear down to black and white? If it does, you might
have an issue with the green gun going out or problem in the
circuitry to it.
By the way, the best way to adjust the picture settings on a
tv are to first turn the color control clear down, then adjust
brightness and contrast for best black and white picture, then
bring up the color level to where it should be and adjust the
tint for best red/green ratio.
Try this one and see if you like it! Normal: No Picture mode: Custom Picture: +22 Brightness: +9 Color: -3 Tint: 0 Sharpness: 0 Color temp.: Warm Color mgmt.: Off C.A.T.S.: Off Zoom adjust: (grayed out) PC adjust: (grayed out) -- Other adjust menu Video NR: Off 3D Y/C filter: Off (grayed out) Color matrix: HD (grayed out) Block NR: Off (grayed out) Mosquito NR: Off Black Level Light 3:2 pull-down: On HD size: Size 2