If you research this the common complaint is dull and such colors. Most folk try it then go back to not-HDR.
You are traveling a well worn area.
I am able to play a videogame on PC with HDR thanks to my UHD TV and a 2.0 HDMI cable I purchased, which would be awesome... however my PC has an Nvidia GTX 970 videocard, and Nvidia's newest Updates completely screwed up the color profiles/brightness of Windows and thus every videogame is much much darker on default(Lot of people has this problem), The problem also persists when I play HDR content, it is very dark.
I can play around with the windows color settings, however I cannot get it right. Raising brightness does nothing just makes the picture washed out. Raising the Contrast and Gamma settings however would make things better. My problem is I cannot figure out the correct ratio of gamma and contrast to have a crispy yet bright-enough looking image (either washed out in ways like blood looking like tomato juice, or too dim).
My question basically: Is there any "correct ratio" of how Gamma relates to Contrast? Like, if i raise gamma this much I should raise contrast that much, related to it? Is there a chart, or something?