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post #31 of 33 Old 02-15-2012, 04:32 AM - Thread Starter
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Thanks guys, you are all awesome.

So in summary (for me )
Besides the standard 100% calibration technique you can calibrate at:
75% saturation, 100% luminance
100% saturation, 75% luminance
and of course any lesser values/combinations if beneficial and available.

So in a perfect world calibrating at any of these "other" settings would always give results that would match.
However since nothing is perfect if you are going to compromise, compromise the lesser used conditions like 100% luminance and 100% saturation and keep the 75%, most used settings, most accurate.

I'm going to first verify my best settings at 75% saturation then at 75% luminance and see how good(linear) the decoding is.

Thanks again!
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Hello. I just goth the Lumagen mini using it with calman. The default is 75% stimulus. Does anyone know the default saturation here, and does calman automatically set it so the correct luminance and saturation are chosen?

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Hello. I just goth the Lumagen mini using it with calman. The default is 75% stimulus. Does anyone know the default saturation here, and does calman automatically set it so the correct luminance and saturation are chosen?

Thanks

If the pattern doesn't specifically specify a saturation level, I'd bet it's 100%.
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