Originally Posted by nodixe
I dont suppose you have the patterns in 5% steps for 21pt? If not would you accept just one more request? And this is just a thought but maybe a more detailed tutorial on how you made them. It would be fun to play around with and I think it would benefit future readers....anyway thanks for sharing.
To create 5% pattern I first would have to invent it, meaning to think of a new square position, it shouldn't be hard but it would take several hours of my time.
You can make them yourself.
235-16 = 220 steps.
220/10 = 22 (Each step is 22 RGB clicks lower than the previous).
110% = 255
100% = 235-22 = 213
90% = 213-22 = 191
80% = 191-22 = 169
10% = 37
AVS709HD uses exactly the same numbers.
The place of the square that goes to the center should be replaced with 16 (black) square to maintain APL.
Hope its clear.
BTW I calibrate colors with the MPC-HC player in the center of the APL slide.
This gave me beautiful and accurate color, while maintaining the APL of the calibrated greyscale.
I think its the correct way to calibrate color, the APL of the greyscale should not change during color calibration.
* When I actually calibrate I remove the media player frame you can see in the image, this was just to show how I calibrate using a HTPC without slides.