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Originally Posted by D-Nice
Here are offset I've created for 2016 LGs, 2017 LGs and the 2017 Sony A1E
2016 LGs: x:0.3039 y:0.3214
That actually worked pretty well on my 65B6. Only thing I did different was use a 25% window pattern. When I used a full screen pattern, I noticed warm/pink ish whites on content that was more like a 25% APL. I'd rather have a rare cyan ish white scene than a very often warm/pink whites on normal content.
One thing I noticed is when you get the color right whether it be in photographic color print processing or display calibration, you get this extra little punch in contrast. I'm seeing that with this alternate white point.
Thanks again Dwayne.
Edit: I should mention that I target a fairly bright peak white which probably explains why 100% on a full screen pattern would need more red that shows up on more normal average picture levels. Might be a good idea to try it Dwayne's way with full screen patterns and if your whites look fine, stop there. If you go for a brighter picture, then using the 25% pattern might work best for you. When I refer to a bright picture as my personal preference, its in the 70s ftl on a 10% sized pattern.
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Last edited by JimP; 07-09-2017 at 05:31 AM.