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Recommendations for Calman workflow and patterns for business projector.

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Have a couple business projectors I'm evaluating and am struggling with what Calman workflow and patterns I should use.

Projectors are both laser based-Sony VPL-FHZ55 and Panasonic PT-RZ370U
Sources will strictly be a PC or Mac via HDMI for power point, excel etc.

Based on Joel's recommendation I'm using the RGB LED table on my C6

Since I will have no control over the output or settings of the pc/mac I need to optimize the projector vs creating profiles on the sources. I'm planning on setting the inputs on the projectors to Computer. Using conventional black/white clipping patterns are of no use in this mode. So not sure how to set black and white effectively.

Any advice, direction or pointing me to a guide would be greatly appreciated.
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Why would the 3 rules for setting contrast not apply here? You are working with the full computer range.

Want the best black? Bring up patterns that show 0,1,2,3 .. and make sure you just see 1,2,3

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Thank you was able to get things sorted.
Panasonic had much better black floor, but Sony was brighter and had better color fidelity.
For the well lit room the Sony works better.
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