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I am a little confused on how to set this up. Currently, under options I have 75% stimulus selected, but I can't figure out how to get calman to change the target values to 75% saturation. Maybe I am just thinking/looking at this the wrong way.

Can anyone provide some steps on how to calibrate at 75% saturation using Calman?

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I am a little confused on how to set this up. Currently, under options I have 75% stimulus selected, but I can't figure out how to get calman to change the target values to 75% saturation. Maybe I am just thinking/looking at this the wrong way.
Can anyone provide some steps on how to calibrate at 75% saturation using Calman?

Right now it's only been added to the Quick Analysis workflow.

Once you open up that workflow, you can open the left panel to jump around to the different steps, and you'll want to pick saturation sweeps. Once you've selected that, you can change which saturations you want to measure by clicking the gear icon on the right.

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Right now it's only been added to the Quick Analysis workflow.
Once you open up that workflow, you can open the left panel to jump around to the different steps, and you'll want to pick saturation sweeps. Once you've selected that, you can change which saturations you want to measure by clicking the gear icon on the right.

Is this only for Calman 5?

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Is this only for Calman 5?

Yes.

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How is this done in ColorHCFR?

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How is this done in ColorHCFR?

With considerable effort and with the aid of various Excel spreadsheet based tools, which are floating around somewhere in this forum ...
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How is this done in ColorHCFR?

This post outlines the detailed steps and includes the spreadsheet for calibrating using 75% saturation method with ColorHCFR:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1134710/epson-calibration-guide-1080-1080ub-6100-6500ub-7500ub#post_16166537
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This post outlines the detailed steps and includes the spreadsheet for calibrating using 75% saturation method with ColorHCFR:
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1134710/epson-calibration-guide-1080-1080ub-6100-6500ub-7500ub#post_16166537

Thank you. I was hoping that was all built into ColorHCFR. Maybe I will try Chromapure

Is it possible to do this in calman by eye? Since we know the target values for 75% saturation, couldn't eye just take the measurements and rely on the numbers to figure out if I am close?

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Is it possible to do this in calman by eye? Since we know the target values for 75% saturation, couldn't eye just take the measurements and rely on the numbers to figure out if I am close?

You can always do that.

But if you have CalMAN v4, the cost of upgrading to CalMAN 5 is minimal, and if you purchased in the last year Free!

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