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Any guidance when using a Lumagen Radiance with CalMan?
We do have a similiar document for the radiance: http://www.spectracal.com/Documents/...QuickStart.pdf

I would recommend basically doing a grayscale calibration on the TV first to get it as close as possible. Put the gamut into widest setting you have on the TV, then basically it's just run grayscale autocal, run cube autocal. Enjoy a calibrated display.

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One more thing: I use a darbee between the output of my Marantz 8801 and the JVC. Should keep it there for calibration?
well, if I use the JVC internal patterns I guess it doesnt matter, right?

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One more thing: I use a darbee between the output of my Marantz 8801 and the JVC. Should keep it there for calibration?
well, if I use the JVC internal patterns I guess it doesnt matter, right?
If you are using the internal patterns it won't matter at all.

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I'd like to try some custom gamma curves, but I don't know how to go about setting that up.

Also, I just tried the "sliding gamma" but it just calibrated to a flat 2.4. I probably didn't have it set up right.

Can anyone offer some guidance on how to set it to run custom gammas and/or how to set the sliding gamma curve?
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A few questions.
Does Calman Enthusiasts alter 2pWB on a vt60 on autocal mode? If so how?Only altered big in 10p wb.
Also, how come if ITU:BT1886 with an offset black level of 0,0006 ftl (o.oo2cd) is set in options ,
it autocalibrates at 2.2?
I had a chance to play with this version briefly so maybe the lack of time spent with it might be the issue here.
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LE: nevermind I found the issue. Was using Enthousiast Advanced workflow that was directly 10p adjustements and not starting with 2p first. Still, the question about gamma remains. Why didn't Calman calibrated at itu with black level compensation?
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We do have a similiar document for the radiance: http://www.spectracal.com/Documents/...QuickStart.pdf

I would recommend basically doing a grayscale calibration on the TV first to get it as close as possible. Put the gamut into widest setting you have on the TV, then basically it's just run grayscale autocal, run cube autocal. Enjoy a calibrated display.
Thanks for pointing this out. One thing I'm not clear on, but probably I need to fish through the Lumagen manual, is the part about "Radiance CMS Luminance Level Setup" that refers to adjusting the White Level SubR/B/G levels. Not clear in the document why this is needed. And I've not found anything in the Lumagen docs that describe this process.

Can you elaborate a bit?

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We do have a similiar document for the radiance: http://www.spectracal.com/Documents/...QuickStart.pdf

I would recommend basically doing a grayscale calibration on the TV first to get it as close as possible. Put the gamut into widest setting you have on the TV, then basically it's just run grayscale autocal, run cube autocal. Enjoy a calibrated display.
Thanks for pointing this out. One thing I'm not clear on, but probably I need to fish through the Lumagen manual, is the part about "Radiance CMS Luminance Level Setup" that refers to adjusting the White Level SubR/B/G levels. Not clear in the document why this is needed. And I've not found anything in the Lumagen docs that describe this process.

Can you elaborate a bit?
I think that might be a cut and paste error from the cms based instructions.
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Any Christmas sale from Spectracal?

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Any Christmas sale from Spectracal?
Hi, I saw about this offer: 25% Off Upgrades to CalMAN Enthusiast until the end of December.

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