Yes, this is done in advanced mode, I also like having two modes for each input so I can switch and compare visually if its different and by how much, its helped me understand differences in calibration settings. I am amazed how two fairly different cal settings can look identical to the human eye, its nice to see that <3 DeltaE really isn't visible.
I use standard (new TV), maybe I will try bright setting for the lamp and re-do. I know I will have to re-calibrate anyway with more hours, and for the time and money I'm spending on this hobby a new bulb more often is not too much.
Been trying to do 3D calibration also, taping the D3 pro to the glasses (they are large and fairly flat monstervision RF) and using the TV's 2D-3D to activate. It's been a struggle getting the colors right due to the tint and loss of light through the glasses, also requires multiple measurements, I'm thinking due to the shuttering. The biggest hit though is my light output it drops to 4.8 ftl, and I don't think I can compensate for that. The gamma is down to 2.0 too at the low end of the greyscale climbing smoothly to 2.2 by 80 IRE, but that maybe due to my calibration inexperience (I think upping the brightness may help me before I tackle the RGB balance). Any 3D suggestions?
Thanks very much for the help BTW!