You can customize your video experience on your Chromecast with Google TV by adjusting your display settings.
To get started, open your “Display & Sound” settings.
- Turn on your Chromecast at the top right of your TV screen, select your profile Settings .
- Select Display & Sound.
Learn about advanced sound settings.
You’ll have the option to adjust the following display settings, depending on the features available on your TV:
- Match content: Use this setting to allow your Chromecast to match the dynamic range to the source content you’re viewing.
- Allow game mode: Game mode reduces latency and allows a faster game response time. To adjust game mode, select Advanced display settings.
- Resolution & Frame Rate: Use this setting to adjust the screen resolution and frame rate. To adjust resolution, select Advanced display settings.
You can also reset to default settings.
Troubleshoot display settings
My non-HDR video looks too saturated
Your Chromecast’s HDR settings are turned on automatically, so the colors in your video may appear too saturated if you play SDR content. To fix the color, you’ll need to turn on Match content.