Just a thought here guys......and this DOES NOT APPLY to you pro calibrators out there but for beginners such as myself.
I would love to watch a simple descriptive video, that would shows me, what I believe, are the more challenging parts of Calman 5 (such as Gray Scale Calibration, & Colour Gamut with & without the use of a (CMS)).
The AVS HD 709 disk has a video section from "HD Nation" on how to set up the basics (Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness & Colour (using Blue filter). I mean this is pretty basic and most of us enthusiasts can quickly pick up on how to perform these adjustments. Woudn't a similar type of video showing people how to adjust a Gray Scale & Gamut, using Calman5 be useful?
I attended the SpectraCal webinar just a few days ago, and honestly, I learned nothing new that I already did not know from reading the instructions manual. In fact, for anyone who would be just starting out (ie no AVS Forum knowledge or previous research) they would be absolutely lost, for that webinar ASSUMES that you already have a good understanding of display and calibration basics.
Now, I know the Gray Scale, or Colour Gamut are there in the manual as well, but I am finding it hard to understand how to adjust the Colour Gamut.
Could someone not put up a simple video on Youtube, or if there is one already could someone provide a link.
Thanks in advance.
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