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Just purchased a new LG 32" gaming monitor with HDR (previous monitor did not have that feature) and am having an issue (or I don't understand it).  I have HDR activated in P3D V4.3 and in the settings for the monitor...everything looks real good...but if I go into the Windows "Display Settings" and turn on what they call "HDR and WCG" (it's on one switch) than, within P3D, my mouse goes into a very faint outline that I can hardly see while if I go outside of P3D all type is outlined and very light.

So my questions are...am I doing something wrong or do I just need to leave the "HDR and WCG" switch off in Windows 10 and am I getting the benefits of HDR within P3D with HDR activated in P3D and the monitor settings?

Thanks,

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I don't know if this is right but HDR in P3D isnt the same as HDR on a monitor or TV. I think it is platform pacific only for P3Ds shaders.

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Have you tried the HD settings in the NV control panel.

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16 hours ago, rjfry said:

Have you tried the HD settings in the NV control panel.

That was the 1st place I went but could find nothing that looked like it was for HDR settings.  Can you tell me what to look for in case it's called something else.

Thanks,

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ZKOKQ:

Watched the video, but since I'm on a 2k LG monitor I could find none of his settings.  Did note that he was on an HDMI cable (his is a TV) while I'm using DP on my monitor.  I did switch mine to a HDMI port but made no difference.

Thanks for the input anyway.

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