LG C1 Gaming Settings Guide

Video games are popular ways to pass the time. But it becomes more fun especially when they are played on a good TV like the  C1. For the best results, you will have to tweak the TV with the best game settings.

Getting the settings might be tricky for you. But if you have a great guide like ours, you can use them to tweak your TV.

Would you like to adjust the settings on your  C1 for your favorite video games? If yes, scan through our article and stick with the settings that will make you win.

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LG C1 Gaming Settings for Best Experience

Here are the top settings for playing games with the LG C1. Although these settings are well-researched, they are purely for informational purposes. So if you want to get the best settings, you will have to consult the owner’s manual that came with your TV.

How Do I Optimize My LG C1 for Gaming?

If you want to optimize your LG C1 for gaming, you will have to try the followings:

LG C1 Gaming Settings for PS5 (SDR Gaming)

  • Scroll to Support – Energy Saving – Off
  • Press the Input button to open the Home Dashboard
  • Scroll upwards and click on the 3 dots on the upper screen
  • Select Edit – Edit Input – PSG Game Console – PC
  • Click on Picture- Select Mode – Game Optimizer
  • Click on Brightness- OLED Pixel Brightness- 75
  • Select Contrast to 85
  • Tune Screen Brightness to 50
  • Set Gamma to BT.1886
  • Set Black Level to Auto
  • Set Motion Eye Care – Off
  • Set Color Depth – 55
  • Adjust Tint – 0
  • White Balance- Warm 50
  • Clarity – Sharpness – 50

LG C1 Gaming Settings for PS5 (HDR Game Settings)

  • Scroll to Picture – Select Mode – Game Optimizer
  • Go to Advanced Settings
  • Brightness- OLED Pixel Brightness- 100
  • Set Contrast to 100
  • Leave Screen Brightness on 50
  • Set HDR Tone Mapping to HGiG
  • Go to Color
  • Leave Color Depth at 55
  • Set White Balance to Warm 50
  • Go to Clarity – Sharpness- 0

PS5 Settings

You can use the following settings on the PS5 console:

  • Go to Screen Video – Video Output – HDR On When Supported
  • Adjust HDR ⅓ – Down all the way darkest ( Click Up button 14 times)
  • Adjust HDR ⅔ – Set Down to Darkest ( Click 14 times)
  • Set HDR 3/3 – Set Down to Darkness ( Click 14 times)
  • Set RGB Range to Automatic

Game Optimizer Settings

  • Adjust Game Genre – Standard
  • Set Black Stabilizer – 10
  • Set White Stabilizer – 10
  • Set OLED Motion Pro – Off
  • Click on Prevent Input Lag – Boost

LG C1 Gaming Settings for Xbox Series X

If you are using LG C1 with the Xbox, try the following settings:

  • Scroll to Support – Energy Saving – Off
  • Press the Input button to open the Home Dashboard
  • Scroll upwards and click on the 3 dots on the upper screen
  • Select Edit – Edit Input – PSG Game Console – PC

SDR Settings

  • Scroll to Picture – Select Mode – Game Optimizer
  • Go to Advanced Settings
  • Set Brightness- OLED Pixel Brightness- 100
  • Set Contrast to 85
  • Set Screen Brightness to 50
  • Set Gamma to 2.2
  • Set Black Level to Auto
  • Set Motion Eye Care to Off
  • Go to Color Depth to 55
  • Set Tint to 0
  • Go to White Balance – Color Temperature- 150
  • Go to Clarity – Set Sharpness to 0
  • Press the Gear Icon button ( Settings) and choose Game Optimizer
  • Set Game Genre – Standard
  • Set Black Stabilizer-10
  • Set White Stabilizer – 10
  • Set Prevent Input Delay to Boost
  • Leave VR and G Sync On
  • Leave AMD FreeSync Premium on ON
  • Set Fine Tune Dark Area – To Your Taste

HDR Settings

  • Launch the HDR Game on the C1
  • Go to Picture Mode – Advanced Settings
  • Go to Brightness- HDR tone Mapping – HGiG
  • Go to Color – Color Depth – 55
  • Set White Balance – Color Temperature – 65
  • Go to Clarity- Sharpness- 0
  • Go to the XBox Settings Menu
  • Go to Calibrate HDR for Games
  • Press the Darker left button until 0 or darkest (1st Screen)
  • Press the Right Button for 10 clicks w (2nd Screen)
  • Press the Right Button for 10 Clicks ( 3rd Screen)

For Dolby Vision

  • Go to Video Mode – Dolby Vision for Gaming – Yes
  • Quit the video and restart to apply settings
  • Go to Picture Mode – Advanced Settings – Clarity – Sharpness

LG C1 Game Optimizer

The LG Game Optimizer ensures that the C1 offers the best settings for various video games. When a game is about to be played on the TV, this mode comes up automatically. But you can access the mode manually by using the following steps.

  • Long press the Gear Icon Button
  • Scroll to Picture – Select Mode – Game Optimizer

LG C1 Sports Settings

On the LG C1, you will discover the Sports Mode that provides preset settings for viewing sports events.  If you want to switch to this setting, you can go through the Settings Menu via the remote.

  • Click on the Settings menu
  • Choose all Settings – Support- Energy Savings – OFF
  • Click on Picture – Mode – Sports

But if you want to calibrate the TV for sporting events, try the following settings:

  • Click on Aspect Ratio – User Selection – Original
  • Set Just Scan to ON
  • Go to Brightness- OLED and choose 65
  • Adjust Contrast to 85
  • Leave Brightness on 50
  • Set ADC to Off
  • Set Peak Brightness to Off
  • Adjust Gamma to 2.2
  • Set Black Level to Auto
  • Set MEC to Off
  • Leave Color Depth on 50
  • Set Tint to 0
  • Leave Gamut to Native
  • Set Color Upgrade to Off
  • Leave Color Temp on Warm 150
  • Set Method on 2 pts
  • Leave the Point on High
  • Go to Clarity- Sharpness – 20
  • Set Super Resolution to Low
  • Set Noise to Low
  • Leave MPEG on Low
  • Set Smooth to Low
  • Leave Cinema Screen on On
  • Leave Tru Motion on Smooth Movement
  • Scroll to Al Service to Picture Pro: Off
  • Set Brightness to On
  • Leave Genre on On

LG OLED Picture Settings

Here are some of the ideal settings for using the LG OLED for SDR Content:

  • Set the Picture mode to Expert (Dark Space, Night ) mode. If you are in a well-lit room, stick with the Expert ( Bright Space, Daytime) mode.
  • Leave Peak Brightness at High
  • Adjust the Contrast to 85
  • Set the Sharpness to 0
  • Leave the Color Depth at 50
  • Reduce the Tint to 0
  • Adjust the Super Resolution: Disabled
  • Set the Noise Reduction: Disabled
  • Leave the Auto Dynamic Contrast: Disabled
  • Adjust the Color Gamut: Auto
  • Go to the Gamma: 2.2
  • Set Smooth Gradation to Off

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  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.