|Feature Discussed||Filmmaker Mode|
|How to turn on||Using the Picture Mode menu|
Every user has a different picture setting on their TV to stream movies and TV shows for better enhancement. With higher-end TVs, people enable the motion smoothing feature for better viewing. But if you want to watch movies at the best quality, you need to enable Filmmaker Mode on your TV. In your LG Smart TV, you can enable the Filmmaker Mode from the Picture Mode settings.
What is Filmmaker Mode?
A Filmmaker Mode is nothing but the Director cut of a movie. In Filmmaker mode, people can see the real color balance and the light effects that are used in the movie.
With the LG 4K and 8K TVs, you can watch your movies at 60fps to 120fps. The real movies are filmed in 24fps for a better cinematic look. So enabling the Filmmaker Mode on your LG TV, you can view the movies in the true format of how the director intended.
How to Enable Filmmaker Mode on LG Smart TV
With the 2019 released LG TV models, you can enable the Filmmaker mode. In the older models, the feature is not available.
1: Turn on your LG TV.
2: Navigate and select the Picture Settings option.
3: In the Picture Settings category, select the Picture Mode option.
4: In the list of options, navigate and select Filmmaker Mode.
The only problem with the Filmmaker Mode is their brightness level. The Filmmaker Mode is designed for viewing movies in a dark room. The brightness level in Filmmaker Mode will be low in a brighter room. So try to view the movies in a darker room to effectively use the Filmmaker Mode.
Filmmaker Mode on Amazon Prime Video
LG partnered with Amazon and announced the Filmmaker Mode for all Prime Video content. If you have the Amazon Prime Video app on your LG 4K and 8K UHD TVs running on webOS 5.0 and above, the Filmmaker Mode is enabled by default. With that, you can watch all the Prime Video content on your LG TV with the best picture quality.
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