I think my PC should be able to handle it, i5 2500K (not OC'd), ATI HD6570. I will follow the instructions on that post, thanks.
Both the PS3 and PC are connected to my Onkyo 709 the output goes to a LG plasma TV and an optoma GT750 projector (more calibration headaches). Of course the Receiver also has to have video adjustments (I leave everything on default).
Since games/XMB will always output RGB, should I set the ps3 to play back disc in RGB too? I can deal with some PQ issues, I can't deal with setting a bunch of different settings to go from 1 source to another....it gets too bothersome to me. I think I can set up different profiles through catalyst control center and assign hotkeys so that's pretty easy to switch settings if I need to.
I actually have 3 monitors to calibrate, which of course all have different resolutions. My acer LCD computer monitor (only connected to PC by VGA) at 1680 X 1050, LG plasma TV 1024 X 768 but I have to use 1280 X 720 if I want to use 3D options, and the projector 1280 X 800 but again I have to output 1280 X 720 for 3D. The plasma and projector are both connected to the receiver outputs, cable box, ps3, computer, all connected to receiver inputs.
1. PS3 display settings: RGB limited, Y Pb/Cb Pr
/Cr super white ON, Deep color output - Auto...and yes it is set to output YCbCr for bluray.
2. Yes PS3 and PC connected to receiver by HDMI, PC also connected to Acer monitor by VGA
3. TV is LG50PW350 (it has isf controls which is setup using the calibration disc in ps3)
Projector is Optoma GT750)
Computer monitor is Acer LCD X223W
Receiver is Onkyo 709
My thought is:
PS3 has no color adjustment settings so use calibration disc in PS3 and adjust with TV controls and Projector Controls. Then use the mp4 files from the PC and catalyst control settings to set the PC output to give me the same readings that I got with the PS3. Then calibrate the computer monitor, that doesn't matter so much too me since it's for general computer tasks, with either monitor controls or setup a different profile with catalyst control.