Originally Posted by zoyd
Your primaries are undersaturated (inside the triangle) to begin with and a LUT can't fix that. Does your projector have a different color setting like native? To see the improvement you will need to measure before/after positions of other colors.
Your gamma response was set to a 2.4 power law because your black level is not measurable, set the BT.1886 to something lower (2.2, 2.3, etc.)
That testchart should only take a few minutes to complete, the lengthy part I am guessing is that you press "calibrate+profile". Just press "profile only", that is all you need for a 3dLUT.
Thanks for this helpful input Zoyd. So I have to look for a Color Space that results in both the Primary and Secondary colors to be OUTSIDE the reference (squares) points and NOT inside them (so eg. the green dot has to be ABOVE the square and not UNDER it like it is now?). My 'Color Profile' in the JVC settings on now on 'Standard' because this was suggested my JVC users to be closest to reference. The Color Profiles I can choose in the JVC are:
- Standard: Color Space of the HDTV standard
- Cinema: Color Space suitable for all movies
- Animation: Color Space that is suitable for animated works
- Natural: Color Space that is suitable for drama footage etc.
- Stage: Color Space that is suitable for concerts etc.
- x.v.color: Color Space that is close to the x.v.color standard
- Off: disable color space adjustments
About the gamma:
You say 'set the BT.1886 to something lower (2.2, 2.3, etc.)'. With this you mean 'Tone Curve' setting in the options of Dispcal?
And when creating the 3Dlut file there is also the option 'Apply bt.1886 gamma mapping' which I enabled (the guide in the starting post of this thread suggests this) and put on 2.4. Do I also have to change this to 2.2, 2.3 etc.
And can you provide information on what the options 'white level drift compensation' and 'black level drift compensation' exactly do and when one would enable these?