Ok, so I just spent far too much time with the TV for a workday, but here we are ...
2-Point HDR Cal Pre
2-Point HDR Cal White Balance (before adjustments)
2-Point HDR Cal White Balance (after adjustments)
2-Point HDR Cal Grayscale (after 2-Point adjustments)
- this is one screwy graph, but notice almost everything is +/- ~1 of the center line, the graph is very zoomed in
2-Point HDR Cal ColorChecker (after 2-Point adjustments)
- Note: The worst of it and the Max dE is referring to the extremes - "DCI Green" and "DCI Blue" ... most "normal" colors fall under 3.
2-Point HDR Cal Post
2-Point HDR Cal Report (top half, bottom is redundant with what I've already posted)
and last but not least, my settings -
B-Bias at max makes the TV's overlay menu a faint blue tint! But for the actual content displayed behind that, the meter insists it is correct.
This was done using R.Masciola's HDR-10 UHD Test Patterns
displayed directly on the TV using the "Video" app.
Comparing pre and post it looks like the dE on white went way down, but every single one of the primaries and secondaries went up ... so rock and a hard place as to which is better ... I wonder if a 30%/peak would be better to do a 2 point with than 30/80.
Edit: Addendum - it's been mentioned that sideloading MobileForge onto TVs results in incorrect patterns for whatever reason ... I wonder if the same holds true for the "Video" app running right on the TV itself ... if I get a chance tomorrow (or tonight after everyone goes to bed if I can't sleep), I'll run the patterns through my K8500 and see if the readings look the same.