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FPS Game Mode – Picture optimized (first person shooter game)

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FPS GAME MODE OPTIMIZATION SETTINGS 


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In order to increase realism and the overall game-playing experience, especially in the context of FPS (First Person Shooter) games, there are two Picture Presets optimizing the action appearing on screen.


List of monitors preset picture modes


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There are three (3) adjustment enhancements made to the Factory Custom (Game) settings in order to optimize picture quality viewed to facilitate a better video gaming experience.

  1. In both cases, Sharpness is cranked all the way to “100”.
  2. In both cases, Response Time is set to “High”.
  3. Black Stabilizer gets set to “60” for FPS Game 1 video preset.
  4. Black Stabilizer gets set to “100” for FPS Game 2 video preset.

Monitors list of various picture adjustments and respective descriptions


We are told, visual improvement gets increased between 5~10% whenever selecting either optimized Game Mode.


On another final note, the FPS acronym (First Person Shooter) utilized in this context is NOT to be confused with the more popular acronym for “Frames per Second”.

As a general rule of thumb, content material captured on celluloid film (movies) is usually done so at 24 frames per second while content material captured digitally or on magnetic tape (Live TV broadcast for instance) is usually done so at 60 frames per second.

Lower frame per second rate will result in a dreamier texture exemplifying escaping reality while a greater frame per second rate will provide a more in-your-face reality texture as seen through a window or on the spot and is often referred to “soap opera” effect when displayed & viewed on a television screen. Frame per second is determined by the video source not the television or monitor.

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