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I am using a Samsung LE32C650 tv. Just opened up a trial Love film subscription to see if it is worthwhile doing. Being a television colourist I find that if the setting are not spot on then I just spend the whole film getting more and more hacked of the it does not look as intended.
<div>When I watch films via the internet option the display seems to default to a factory settings view resulting in all films looking like home video footage. It is extremely annoying and a massive drawback. I have been unable to find a way of adjusting the video settings while watching in internet mode. Am I being dense or is there a way of sorting this.

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I fear that purists will be upset.

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Much like those audiophiles were revolted by MP3s. You may want to move to Plasma for the set and stick to Blu-Ray content if this must be done proper.

These streaming content providers are not only off but compressing the content to the point you see all sorts of display flaws. Lip sync issues too.

This feels like the Audiophile MP3 problem all over again.

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Understand the need for Compromise

In reply to: I fear that purists will be upset.

I am in awe that living in a tiny rural village with frankly terrible internet speeds that it is possible to stream a film at all. Of course I understand that in order to make this a viable option they have had to compress the bejesus out of it. I am actually ok with that and can to an extent live with the occasional lag in audio as well.
The problem with the picture is on that occurs with all film on an HD set. I have to say that as having been an editor and colourist for 15 years I have hated HD content ever since it came out. I agree that, on paper, chasing higher quality and detail is a laudable pursuit. However all it does is make everything feel slightly hyper-real and unsympathetic.
Luckily when watching film through an HD set you can usually dial out these problems with the Motion Plus and interlacing. The problem is that Samsung seem to have forgotten that, having given you a wonderful array of adjustment for all the other imputs, you might also want these same adjustments for the channel that the internet footage uses.

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Which is why...

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I connect up my laptop to the HDMI port for more control.

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