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Hi. I would like to use some TV image processing options to get better image quality on the TV. If we use PC, GPU processes image as well so we have input lag, low image quality, some aritfacts? If we enable PC mode on TV, image processing on TV will be disabled. What the best solution to use TV with PC for watching films, videos (not games)? TV can not be connected to the internet or something else.

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    What image processing settings do you like? We usually recommend disabling processing for higher quality content such as games or 1080p/4k movies to get the most accurate image. If you watch lower quality content then you can enable the noise reduction settings, even in game mode for most TVs. If you don’t want to change the picture mode depending on the content then you can leave the TV in game mode and aren’t likely to notice much difference.

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    Thanks. I thought that TV processes image from my HD player entirely using all its features to improve picture quality, and I like its picture. So I thought when I used my PC, image would be not so good because of two-side processing on TV and PC. I spent some time to investigate this, and there is no difference to notice between PC-game and native modes on the TV. Thanks a lot.

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    Thanks. I thought that TV processes image from my HD player entirely using all its features to improve picture quality, and I like its picture. So I thought when I used my PC, image would be not so good because of two-side processing on TV and PC. I spent some time to investigate this, and there is no difference to notice between PC-game and native modes on the TV. Thanks a lot.

    I’m glad to hear. Let me know if you’ve got any further questions!

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