The Picture Menu, of course, is where you can access the Picture Modes. There’s Bright, Natural, and Vivid – none of which are very good, but more on that later. What saves this projector’s Color Modes are the two User Modes where you can adjust the color to your liking. I’ll provide settings on the Picture Quality Page that I feel improve the color.
Also on this menu are the User Mode Settings, where you can load or rename the User Mode. There are several adjustable parameters: Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, and Sharpness. There are Advanced Settings, which is where you can really mess with color. Change Gamma and Color Temperature, 3D Color Management, and MoviePro Settings.
I used Color Temperature and MoviePro Settings to enhance the color. Color Temperature allows you to choose from Presets, or manual change the Red, Green, and Blue Gain, as well as the RGB Offset. MoviePro allows you to adjust the Color Enhancement, Skin Tone, and Super Resolution.