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post #4921 of 4931 Old 11-23-2014, 08:17 AM
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That's good to know especially since I spent half a night for my calibrations
I was asking just to be sure there will be no problems calculating color target luminances since there will be not the usual ITU :BT1886 curve.
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LOL ... that claim seems to be just a wee bit dubious.
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He's talking about the shareware version.

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Did you really need to quote that entire post in your reply?
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Hello,

First of all thank you for this great thread that is really full of information.

I recently purchased an LG OLED and I was wondering if I had to set my display type as OLED or should I set it on another type?

I ask this as there are different OLED display types/technologies.

Thanks in advance!
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Is there a way to control a DVDO pattern generator with HCFR? If not, hiw can I use it for calibration without having Calman or Chromapure? (I can borrow with)
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Hi, I use the EODIS3 with the HCFR (3.1.6) software to calibrate my EPSON TW-9200 projector (5030UB). I´am from Germany and in a German AV forum there are some reports that this combination (EODIS3 and HCFR) causes that the colour red is measured to low and that this causes a reddish picture.
Is something like that already known? Is there any issue?
I would be very grateful for every input.
Thank you in advance.

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Is there a way to control a DVDO pattern generator with HCFR? If not, hiw can I use it for calibration without having Calman or Chromapure? (I can borrow with)
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no sorry, HCFR can't control any external pattern generators.
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Hi, I use the EODIS3 with the HCFR (3.1.6) software to calibrate my EPSON TW-9200 projector (5030UB). I´am from Germany and in a German AV forum there are some reports that this combination (EODIS3 and HCFR) causes that the colour red is measured to low and that this causes a reddish picture.
Is something like that already known? Is there any issue?
I would be very grateful for every input.
Thank you in advance.

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Each probe is a little different and you won't know how much it is under or over reporting a particular color luminance unless you compare it to a spectrometer.
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Zoyd thank you for reply, but they report that other software measures correct with the same colorimeter. They controll it with other sensors, so it seems to be a problem with HCFR and EODIS3.
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That's all a bit vague but feel free to post data and document any issues in this thread so I can have a look. There have been countless intercomparisons of HCFR, CalMan, and ChromaPure over the years with no significant discrepancies having been found.
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Zoyd thank you for reply, but they report that other software measures correct with the same colorimeter. They controll it with other sensors, so it seems to be a problem with HCFR and EODIS3.
Do you have a link to those discussions?
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