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Hello there,

I am new to TV Calibration and just bought a XRite i1 Display Pro (EODIS3). So I have some questions :-)

I have downloaded the latest version of HCFR (THX for this piece of software) and installed it. I also installed the newest iprofiler software.
Then I've down some greyscale calibration on my Panasonic Plasma - so far so good. I like the calibration result!

But I have red in this forum that there are some things to know and to do for BETTER calibration.

Question 1:
Do I need a plasma matrix - many peaple talk about such a thing. And if yes where can I get the usually used one?

Question 2:
When I start calibration I can choose display - refresh or not refresh (and some LCD stuff) AND there is also one entry for plasma.
I've read that for plasma I should choose refresh - whats the difference to the plasma entry?

Question3 or better a wish:
Could I get a short starting to-do list (do this and than choose that etc.) for plasma Calibration - more for the use of HCFR - starting up a calibration?

Question4:
I also have an LED TV - which options should I choose for this one?

Many thanks for answers

greetings from Austria
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Hello,

I am new to TV Calibration and I have just bought the X-Rite i1 Display Pro (EODIS3) to calibrate my Panasonic ülasmas!

So...
I have downloaded and installed the latest HCFR software. I also installed the latest IProfiler software.
I've done some calibration on my Plasma and I like the results so far :-)

But... I have some questions:

Question 1:
I've read about matrices to use especially for plasma calibration. Where do I get them and which one is the 'best' to use?
I've tried one 'Panasonic plasma 1 matrix for i1D3 against i1Pro thc' which I've found somewhere here in the forum, but I don't like the results (less red)

Question 2:
When I start a new calibration - which options are to set - espescially for plasma calibration

Question 3:
I also have a LED TV (sony) - which are the differencies in calibration (settings in HCFR)?

Question 4:
Please be so kind and give me some tips :-)

Thank you for informative answers.

Greetings from Austria
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Oh sorry... thats embarrassing. I wrote the first text and thought it is not here... wrote it again and... sorry
@mods : please delete the first one. thx
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You can delete posts by going into "edit" them. At bottom there is a delete box and a radio button to confirm.
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I don't have such an edit button like in your screenshot?
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Can HCFR deliver the metadata (correct word?) to drive a TV into HDR mode? If so could the internal pattern generator be used to in an HDR mode to preform a 10pt and calibrate DCI P3?

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Ok - I hope this is the right thread for newbie questions?

What I've done so far:

I calibrated greyscale withe the XRitel i1 Pro on my Panasonic Plasma - I like the result.
For this I've not used any correction matrix (should I?), selected Plasma in the drop down menu and used windowed patterns from the AVSHD709 Disc.
--> is this right so far? or should I take APL patterns?

Now I've tried to measure and calibrate the colors.
For this I've used 100% Color windowed patterns from the disc.
--> is that right or should I use something different? Like 75% Saturation windowed?
Where are the pitfalls in this process?

thx for information
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Ok - I hope this is the right thread for newbie questions?

What I've done so far:

I calibrated greyscale withe the XRitel i1 Pro on my Panasonic Plasma - I like the result.
For this I've not used any correction matrix (should I?), selected Plasma in the drop down menu and used windowed patterns from the AVSHD709 Disc.
--> is this right so far? or should I take APL patterns?
That's correct, don't use a correction matrix unless it's made using your probe (which requires a spectrometer). Choosing the plasma display type is the best method in your case. For plasmas it's more typical to use something like a 5% window with 20% APL background, but you can experiment and see what you prefer.

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Now I've tried to measure and calibrate the colors.
For this I've used 100% Color windowed patterns from the disc.
--> is that right or should I use something different? Like 75% Saturation windowed?
Where are the pitfalls in this process?

thx for information
It's best to calibrate a plasma with 75%/75% Rec709 patterns which is difficult to do with the AVSHD disc. You can use the GCD, Mascior disc or internal pattern generator.

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Can HCFR deliver the metadata (correct word?) to drive a TV into HDR mode? If so could the internal pattern generator be used to in an HDR mode to preform a 10pt and calibrate DCI P3?

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I believe madVR can provide this data but I don't know if the madTPG generator is wired to provide it. Maybe @madshi can provide more details.
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It's best to calibrate a plasma with 75%/75% Rec709 patterns which is difficult to do with the AVSHD disc. You can use the GCD, Mascior disc or internal pattern generator.
What about Ted's disc that only has 75%/100?
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What about Ted's disc that only has 75%/100?
Hi, Ted's Disk has the following supported chapters for measurements for HCFR users:

ChromaPure's 2/3-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's 11-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's 21-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (100% Saturation with 100% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (100% Saturation with 75% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (75% Saturation with 100% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (75% Saturation with 75% Intensity)
ChromaPure's 4-Point Saturation with 75% Intensity (25 Colors)
ChromaPure's 4-Point Saturation with 100% Intensity (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (31 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (31 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (61 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (61 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Luminance (28 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Luminance (35 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Luminance (70 Colors)
6-Point Near Black (added support for 0.5% Gray patch measurement)
Dynamic Range Clipping (90/95/98/99%/100%)
CalMAN’s Color Checker Classic (24 Colors)
CalMAN’s Color Checker SG (96 Colors)
CalMAN’s Color Checker SG Fleshtones (19 Colors)
ChromaPure’s Color Checker (25 Colors)
ChromaPure’s Color Checker Skin Tones (19 Colors)

These Chapters are following the same pattern order as HCFR requests them and they accurately and match the HCFR's Color Engine Calculations:


Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk Free Version for Free Calibration Software: LightSpace DPS / CalMAN ColorChecker / HCFR
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thx for information. I also found some correction matrices for plasma in the meanwhile - but they all are .mhc - how can I load them (.thc will be loaded autom.). Is renaming the file ok?

another question on the XRite i1:
Should the i1 be used in contact or distance 'mode'? If distance - how far?

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That's correct, don't use a correction matrix unless it's made using your probe (which requires a spectrometer). Choosing the plasma display type is the best method in your case. For plasmas it's more typical to use something like a 5% window with 20% APL background, but you can experiment and see what you prefer.
I've purchased Ted's Disk - which one are the right patterns - i cannot find APL patterns?

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Hi, Ted's Disk has the following supported chapters for measurements for HCFR users:

ChromaPure's 2/3-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's 11-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's 21-Point Grayscale
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (100% Saturation with 100% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (100% Saturation with 75% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (75% Saturation with 100% Intensity)
ChromaPure's Color Gamut (75% Saturation with 75% Intensity)
ChromaPure's 4-Point Saturation with 75% Intensity (25 Colors)
ChromaPure's 4-Point Saturation with 100% Intensity (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (25 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (31 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (31 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Saturation with 75% Stimulus Level (61 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Saturation with 100% Stimulus Level (61 Colors)
CalMAN's 4-Point Luminance (28 Colors)
CalMAN's 5-Point Luminance (35 Colors)
CalMAN's 10-Point Luminance (70 Colors)
6-Point Near Black (added support for 0.5% Gray patch measurement)
Dynamic Range Clipping (90/95/98/99%/100%)
CalMAN’s Color Checker Classic (24 Colors)
CalMAN’s Color Checker SG (96 Colors)
CalMAN’s Color Checker SG Fleshtones (19 Colors)
ChromaPure’s Color Checker (25 Colors)
ChromaPure’s Color Checker Skin Tones (19 Colors)
ChromaPure chapters are 4 point though. :/

I prefer getting more readings/fine adjustments with 5 point to find any hidden errors for an overall.


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I've purchased Ted's Disk - which one are the right patterns - i cannot find APL patterns?
There are none. Windows only.
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ChromaPure chapters are 4 point though. :/

I prefer getting more readings/fine adjustments with 5 point to find any hidden errors for an overall.
Yes, the Saturation Chapters are 4-Point for ChromaPure becasue CP 2.x is not supporting more Saturation Points.

5/10-Point Saturations are available for CalMAN or HCFR users.

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