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So with the 2016 OLEDs what can be calibrated in terms of HDR (BT 2020, HD10). Using Calman for SDR should REC709 be used or BT2020 be used? I've been out of the loop for awhile and still trying wrap my head around HDR calibration and I've had a C6 for about 6 month. I want find out how to best calibrate it so that that my Oppo 205 can send a the HDR signal and the CG can process the signal the best that it can. That suck that you can't calibrate the CMS, it's the main reason for having an HDR set. Its like the early days again when CMS didn't work on the 1st gen LCD, Plasma and PJs.


Keep your eye on the greyramp during cal in hdr,very easy to get it miscolored
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Keep upper grayscale patterns to a minimum to prevent heating up the panel, thereby throwing off your calibration settings. Better to do a sweep, adjust, then sweep again. This holds down the heating issues.

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It will be in 2017 final release
I see that CalMAN Basic and CalMAN Control has been removed as license levels from SpectraCAL site, so for HT only Enthusiast has remain. What will happen with CalMAN 2016 users with Basic/Control license levels who want to re-new for All-Access for CalMAN 2017? ...they have to upgrade to Enthusiast?

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Hi Ted. I currently have Calman Control, just purchased in May. I also noticed that Control is no longer listed on the Spectra Cal website. When I messaged support, they said this:


"Yes, your license and program is up to date. However, we will not be selling any more CalMAN Control licenses in the future.

In the next few weeks you will get an email from SpectraCal outlining your All Access options for the future. I believe that you will be pleased with the options."

I then directly asked if it would just be wiser to upgrade to Enthusiast:

"I think you should wait to decide until you hear from us about future licensing options."

So, hopefully that means there'll be a reasonably discounted All-Access renewal cost and/or the Enthusiast features will be added to my license. FIngers crossed.

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I see that CalMAN Basic and CalMAN Control has been removed as license levels from SpectraCAL site, so for HT only Enthusiast has remain. What will happen with CalMAN 2016 users with Basic/Control license levels who want to re-new for All-Access for CalMAN 2017? ...they have to upgrade to Enthusiast?
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