• Can these directors please learn to use dark
palettes without making all the details in the
shots imperceiveable? I can't fucking see!!!
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the characters: go into a darker room
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    • And the sound. Oh my god all the conversations are whispered but the battles are the volume of a jetliner
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    • That's why I never trust the recommended brightness in a video. Always go brighter because I'm gonna miss shit in the dark.
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    • When you’re watching someone play a horror game on YouTube and you can’t see shit
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    • characters really do be goin into a dark room and being consumed by the void doe
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    • it’s to hide all the shitty quality
      dolce 2 jul
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    • Be quite i cant see
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    • The new Joker movie did a really good job of this
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    • It actually has to do to with your TV's HDR capabilities. That is why OLED and QLED are good. Each individual pixel has it's own light source. Making it capable of showing shades in completely different colors side by side.
      jblood 2 jul
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    • Gotta turn off all the lights and close the blinds just to watch a movie
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    • That's one of the reasons I like animated stuff better.
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    • People who say that grew up in a neighborhood with ten thousand street lights and think whenever it’s night you can still see
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    • Its literally to save on budget and not put any details into a shot. Why they do particle effects too rain snow dust etc
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    • This is a niche problem but I hate that minecraft shaders make everything ridiculously dark at night time. Even with light sources I cant see shit
      Grada 2 jul
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    • Battle of winterfell
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    • Damn Harry Potter parts 7 & 8
      SOAC 2 jul
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    • I hope everybody that reads this has a great day!
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    • Watching a streamer play TLOU2 :
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    • Hannibal. And then the bright ass intro comes on blinding you
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    • That’s not the directors fault. It has to do with compression, and how humans work. Watch Tom Scott’s YouTube video “why dark video is a terrible blocky mess” to learn it all
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    • No
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    • The evil within...said brighten till you see the icon, 100%bright, still no icon, me, damn I'm scared already
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    • People with $300 Black Friday tvs be like:
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    • I heard Venom was pretty hard to see. I watched it on my laptop, and I saw it fine, so maybe that was just in theatres
      ATOMlC 2 jul
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    • Oh shit homestuck
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    • Use blue and purples if theres a candle. Make the lighting reds and oranges
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    • content not available more
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    • Especially when ur watching and it’s light out and all u see is the brightness all over the screen
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    • I remember watching things on an old tube tv, switched to a newer LED and it's like a completely different movie.
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    • Get an OLED TV first and you’ll get it
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    • Two Towers did what the Long Night couldn't
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    • This is why people in porn sleep during the day
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    • Its too dark...I can't hear anything
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    • Really doe
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    • Acidic 2 jul
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    • Gotta get that HDR display
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    • take off the gotdam sunglasses den binch!
      Certes 2 jul
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    • That's bc they are optimized for theatres (screens that have much better contrast and detail in bright/dark areas)
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    • And stop using shaky cam for fight scenes. It does NOT look cool
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    • *15 year old me watching TheSyndicateProject Minecraft videos*
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    • Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban, literally half of the scenes look like actual garbage
      Logart 5 jul
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    • Before we address visual balance we need to address audio balance in movies. If I have to turn my volume up to 58 to hear character dialogue to then have my eardrums blown out at the slightest hint of action, there’s a problem.
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    • Idk if it’s my brightness settings or something but I’ve always had an issue with dark environments in Assassin’s Creed Unity to the point where I have to look at the dark room from the outside and then memorize the layout and walk it from memory
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    • Fuckin walking dead last couple of seasons...
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    • It's because when they first invented cameras they had to choose between technologies that favored either brighter or darker colors. They choose brighter colors because they thought it was more profitable
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    • I really read dictators and thought this was some kind of cia inside joke
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    • Harry Potter and the.... Fuck, can't see the title.
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    • Just brighten your eyes
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    • OCD color settings gang
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    • I mean if there’s not much light in the room, then you shouldnt have too much problem seeing dark scenes in most a-list movies. Unless watchin it with some booty quality
      CjZaboo 5 jul
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    • Battle of helms deep in lotr is a perfect example of how to do this. It's night and storming, yet you can see everything so clearly.
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    • YouTubers mining in Minecraft.
      Secured 5 jul
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    • Pacific Rim ftw
      DJCwittz 5 jul
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    • Ergo proxy
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    • Almost every fucking DC or horror movie.
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    • *Game of Thrones*
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    • I like hero academia but how come everytime there’s a fight scene everything gets darker like wtf?
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    • Looking at you game of thrones
      Fodrizzl 4 jul
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    • Just raise the Gamma nerd
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    • For anyone that has seen Underwater, the scene where the cool guy dies was almost impossible to tell what’s happening lol
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    • Gane of Thrones hyped up the battle for winterfell or whatever it was called and decided "lets make it happen at night with a blizzard"
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    • That’s probably one of the reasons I like anime so much I can actually see what the fuck is happening during scenes
      Karthull 4 jul
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    • Also have consistent volume so that I can hear dialogue but not wake up the neighborhood with a random explosion
      ChiLanta 4 jul
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    • Me when I go into a cave in minecraft and I have no torches
      RoyalArt 4 jul
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    • it’s because there’s physically not enough colors in the visible spectrum to blend smoothly (thanks Tom Scott on yt for that info)
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    • That's why I always turn the brightness ALL THE WAY UP
      xXJackXx 4 jul
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    • Love how we’re clearly talking about the DC movies
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    • I always turn the brightness all the way up
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    • I second that
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    • Its because you have a shit display, your $300 edge lit tcl display is doggy doodoo and showing contrast with darker colors. Its called blooming
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    • Aliens Vs Predator Requiem is impossible to watch. Not only is it a shitty movie, you can’t see a damn thing because everything is so dark
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    • Thank Christ, I thought it was just me.
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    • Time traveler in 2019 tryna read the script for 2020
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    • That's why movie mode exists. Natural is for every day viewing and standard is for sleeping
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    • This is actually because most screens show several million colors but have a hard time making gradients when there's only a few shades of that color at that darkness.
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    • Hulk 2003 last fight scene
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    • Smh then y'all complain about shit like "wow there shouldn't be a light source in that room why is it so bright?" Stfu and choose a side
      DartM 4 jul
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    • Hdr display helps 😁. There is even software that fakes hdr.
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    • Harry Potter movies be like: here’s a 15 minute scene where you can’t see
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    • When they start talking normally and you can't hear what they are saying
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    • *turns tv down*
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    • Godzilla 2014
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    • harry potter movies
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    • Bruh honestly even on full brightness I live in Texas its bright asf outside 98% of the time so 100% brightness looks like 20% outside or near a window
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    • Use a higher color bit display
      somon 4 jul
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    • The dark scenes in some movies are basically black screens for several minutes then the next scene they try to burn out your retinas by making it crazy bright
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    • IM LOOKING AT YOU GAME OF THRONES
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    • game of thrones season 8 episode 3, “The Long Night”
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    • Lots of directors also need to learn that slapping a washed-out color filter over the whole movie doesn't automatically make it dark, moody, or scary
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    • It’s cause they do color correction on an HDR, 2000nit reference monitor so that it looks ideal for a movie theater or color accurate monitors/TV’s, not some rando’s cheap monitor or smartphone.
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    • Just point a flashlight at the tv lol
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    • GOT s8 ep3
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    • I’m watching Hannibal right now and this is a mood
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    • Preach
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    • It’s almost like movies are meant to be watched in the dark
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    • Can they also hire editors who don’t make the voices super quiet in one scene and the music insanely loud in the next?
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    • Dark is good for most horror movies but other than that idk
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