Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand
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A question too anyone who might know, about the references, as what should you choose.
It seems, or appears these days with the global importation of goods there is a mix of hardware and what that hardware is referenced too.
I am in a PAL country, yet my calibration runs I have done are showing I need to select the NTSC(REC 601) for the CIE Triangle to fit, the next best is sRGB and HDTV(REC 709) falling together and then the PAL/Secam.
There is a concern in my head that the DVD player is outputing PAL, since it has only 2 selections, PAL60 or NTSC and I have to select PAL for my region or nothing will play. Then my projector is referenced to NTSC(REC601).
So far I have been screwing with the color/tint to best fit the triangle to the PAL/SECAM.
So the question is, do I just set my color/tint to defaults and select the best fit CIE Triangle that closely resembles my results, then adjust the color and tint from there?
This is a post discovery of my results of my projector and trying to make sense of them. For my PC's I have been using sRGB, I presume this is the correct one. ALthough then again, if a PC is the source for the projector, do I then select one of the other options?
I take it 0-255 for PC output only and 16-235 for TV and (DVD)movie?
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