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Black Crush is a term which is getting more and more attention. Black Crush on display is a problem which shows up on screen which LED lit LCD based. In this article, we have explained in detail what is black crush on screen. Now, let’s see what black crush on screen actually is.
What Really Is Black Crush?
Black crush is a term used when the quality of dark images of a photo or a video gets poor. When there is a loss of shadow details in a photo or a video the term used to describe is called Black crush. A person might not be able to find the difference and even tell if there is an issue with the screen until he/she sees the same image on a different screen.
The main difference you will see in images or videos with black crush on screen is dark areas loosing there details and the other image or video has clear dark areas which you could see on screen with details.
Is Black Crush A Major Issue?
To be honest, no. You would most probably enjoy the content without even knowing your display has black crush. Although, if you happen to watch a very dark movie, you might notice this issue at the corners of your screen and problem with the detailing in the video. You might also be able to notice this issue if you are a gamer and playing the game in a very dark location.
Why Black Crush Happen?
You will be surprised to know that this issue is majorly caused by the source device. The calibration of the device might not be done properly because of which this issue arises.
How To Fix Black Crush?
You can recalibrate your device and fix this issue by fixing the gamma and white points. You can also try to fix the HDR settings in your device as well.
In OLED screens self-emissive display technology is used, that means true black can be turned on for pixels. When it comes to LED lit LCD displays, they produce much deeper black levels but reduces the shadow detail.
This was a short article on black crush on display. I hope you found this article helpful and if you have any questions related to this topic then mention them in the comments down below.