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post #5701 of 5706 Old Yesterday, 09:08 AM
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It's built into HCFR; the computer generates the images on the display, which works for those of us using HTPCs as our primary source. If your source is your BDP, you are better sending the images from that device.
I think I'll give that a try this weekend. I suppose I need to have my HTPC setup as a dual display device for this; one for the calibration software and one for the images?

Do you use a specific pixel format for the pattern generation? 4:4:4 or 4:2:2? I believe the F8500 is nattively 4:2:2 so that may be best. My assumption is you don't want to use RGB Full or Limited as the color processing would be done on the video card then.
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I think I'll give that a try this weekend. I suppose I need to have my HTPC setup as a dual display device for this; one for the calibration software and one for the images?
I just use one display, set up as it normally is when I watch anything.

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Thanks for all the help and suggestions you guys are making the learning curve a lot easier!
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Hi, I have a Vizio P602ui-B3. Has anyone calibrated their screen, using HCFR?
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I been searching the web for days now, but al information looks outdated. I have a Datacolor Spyder Pro/Elite but I cant get it to work. Can someone make me a step by step walkthrough?
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Hi, I have a Vizio P602ui-B3. Has anyone calibrated their screen, using HCFR?
Try the dedicated thread. I'm sure someone has... if not then "most" Vizio settings are the same on the various models and I'm sure their is someone that can give you pointers for general calibration.

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I been searching the web for days now, but al information looks outdated. I have a Datacolor Spyder Pro/Elite but I cant get it to work. Can someone make me a step by step walkthrough?
You cannot get it to work with HCFR?

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