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Monitor calibration

Community Expert ,
Apr 24, 2024 Apr 24, 2024

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I'm about to callibrate my new LG oled G3. Is it still normal to use 100 nits as the level for peak white on SDR footage? I think most home tvs view a alot brighter.

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A normal (non-HDR) TV or computer monitor will usually have a peak white brightness of about 300 nits.

 

Be sure not to confuse 100 IRE with 100 nits. 

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