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Sony xbr43x800d calibration

Greetings to all i just recently purchased a sony xbr43x800d and was curious how to calibrate it for gaming. i currently own the standard ps4 and notice that different games require different calibration settings. Calibrating each can be difficult. I do not own any kind of calibration equipment or programs. This has lead to me Calibrating by eye. This being said is till have trouble with this especially with accurate white balancing and was hoping i could learn more about this from others who understand this technique. Thank you for your time.
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There is no way to share settings from one TV to another, it won't look right. The best you can do is drop Blue slightly and maybe drop the Color if skintines look really bad (the X800D is a bit over saturated and lacks a CMS).

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Graphics        (Picture Mode)
Off             (Auto Picture Mode)
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Max             (Contrast)
-2/3            (Gamma)
50              (Black level)
Off             (Black adjust)
Off             (Adv. contrast enhancer)
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50         (Color) -- 46/47 if skin looks sick
0          (Hue)   -- R1/R2 if skin looks sick
Expert 1   (Color temperature)
Off        (Live Color)
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00  00 -04   (RGB-Gain)
00  00  00   (RGB-Bias)

Multi point (10p)
00  00  00  (Point 1-10)
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50         (Sharpness)
Off        (Reality Creation)
0          (Resolution)
Off        (Mastered in 4K)
Off        (Random noise reduction)
Off        (Digital noise reduction)
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Off        (Motionflow)
0          (Smoothness)
0          (Clearness)
Off        (Cinemotion)
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Auto       (HDR mode)
Auto       (HDMI video range)
Auto       (Color space)

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Ok thanks for your help i will try this
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Hey so i have a good base to start with now. I have tweaked these settings to get a good foundation but i am still having trouble adjusting a couple of things. Ok so first to adjust the color i look at a colorfull object in the game and increase color to max until there is an exsesive amount of color bleed then i reduce the color until there is no more bleeding of color. The problem iam having is that not every object shows the color bleed also when it does show and i calibrate the results are sometimes washed out and i have to re adjust them. So i was wondering if there is a certain color this works best on. Also should the object have texure or not and what kind of lighting in game should i be calibrating this in. Thanks
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verb (used with object), calibrated, calibrating.
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to determine, check, or rectify the graduation of (any instrument giving quantitative measurements).

Adjusting settings according to personal preference is not calibration.

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