Originally Posted by dunan
Ok, that's what I suspected. Just needed clarification.
For an example, my blue is almost 0 in deltaC, under 2 in deltaL but around 6 on deltaH - I assume adjustment of teh hue in the blue is necessary? I'm confused which way to swing it as either way will give the same results. They will get me under error but which way was the right one?
Also, magenta in deltaC is around 12 or so, what am I adjusting to get that down?
Here is a pic of my calibration, for reference. Notice anything that would need a major change? Other than magenta, blue, and green luminance...
The answers to your questions are right in-front of you, in the picture you posted.
I see you are using a older version of CM, and that is probable why you are not using auto cal.
You need to start over, put all your settings back to default. Turn off all enhancements, set your gamma in your st60 to 2.4, color temp to red 1 or 2
1st using a contrast pattern showing when you st60 starts to clip ( about 102%) using your contrast control in your st60. Also note the color of that contrast pattern, the bars should all be gray.
2nd use the two point grayscale screen in CM to adjust your 30% and 100% point using the internal controls of your st60. Use your High and Low Red and Blue adjustments, don't over adjust if you find yourself over adjusting start over.
Once you get the above correct run a test on your Gamut and see were those points are comparing to the chart you posted.
As for window size 11% down to 5% non apl should be fine.
The disc you are using has the 11% window.