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This is a pretty simple question, how do I use ColorHFCR to calibrate my gamma? My set has 10 point gamma control but I can find no real time 10 point gamma measure in HCFR, no chromapure style floating dots next to a line.

Am I missing something or does it just not exist? Thanks.
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There are no visual real-time indicators to calibrate gamma, but there are real-time Y (luminance) targets. Run the continuous measure and take note of the 'Y target' and 'Y' rows; use your gamma controls to match your Y measure to the Y targets at each level.
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Ok where should I be looking for these Y luminance measures?
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In the measures tab, under grayscale.

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If you don't see it, click on the little down arrow to the right of 'Editable data'.

And in case you're using an older version of HCFR, make sure your grab the latest version from HERE if you haven't already.
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Thanks! All done.
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