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I need the full field 0 and 100%. I've found plenty of non-full field (amplitude box framed by black background) easy enough. I found a full field 100%, but a full field 0% has been a bit elusive for me. I think I found a way to get that, but it was a bit hidden for me in colorhcfr, so I thought someone might know where I can easily find the 0%, that I might have missed.
As mentioned in my previous post, the Contrast sections of both ChromaPure and ColorHCFR patterns contains both 0% and 100% full field.

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As mentioned in my previous post, the Contrast sections of both ChromaPure and ColorHCFR patterns contains both 0% and 100% full field.
I found it from your advice.

It appears I have to hit the "popup menu" button on my remote to get a drop down menu to select 0 and 100% IRE fields. Found that by trial and error.

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No pro here, but familiar, and not hesitant to ask dumb questions.

For setting up my UHD HDR profile on my projector, I can still use AVS-709 burned to DVD-R to set brightness and contrast, right? Just set it to 16-235 range; no practical reason to run BTB and WTW?

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used for 4k?

My question is similar to the one above as well. Can this calibration tool burned to a dvd be used to help calibrate a 4k tv, or is it only for hdtv's?

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My question is similar to the one above as well. Can this calibration tool burned to a dvd be used to help calibrate a 4k tv, or is it only for hdtv's?

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Hi, the resolution is not related with calibration, the colorspace the content you want to watch matters only.

So for SDR (Blu-Ray) you aim for REC.709 colorspace, if you have 720p/1080p/2160p display, for this job you can use AVSHD.

For HDR, you can't use it, you need HDR patterns and aim for REC.2020 colorspace for calibration.
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Can be used this tool to check if the 4k tv overscan the image? or maybe we need a specific tool for 4k tv?
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Hi;
I downloaded AVS HD and burned it successfully to a DVD disc.

My TV is a SEIKI SE32HD07UK 32" LED TV.
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HD Ready 720p
Picture quality: 50 Hz

Finding myself overwhelmed as to how to optimally calibrate my TV/PS4, and very confused as to what benchmarks, settings to calibrate etc. Can anyone help, please?
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Without a light meter and special software, all you can do with the AVS HD709 disk is adjust the basics: color, aspect, sharpness, brightness, and contrast. That may be all you need. Just follow the pattern recommendations on the disk. If memory serves me correctly, there's a little tutorial on the disk as well.
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Without a light meter and special software, all you can do with the AVS HD709 disk is adjust the basics: color, aspect, sharpness, brightness, and contrast. That may be all you need. Just follow the pattern recommendations on the disk. If memory serves me correctly, there's a little tutorial on the disk as well.
It doesnt seem to work, I do not seem to be able to alter variables. It is like a DVD movie, I can skip chapters, fast forward, rewind etc; but, in terms of actually altering values....no, I seem unable to :\
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It doesnt seem to work, I do not seem to be able to alter variables. It is like a DVD movie, I can skip chapters, fast forward, rewind etc; but, in terms of actually altering values....no, I seem unable to :\
The DVD itself doesn't do anything. It just displays patterns etc that you adjust what ever user controls are available to you. You may have to pause the DVD, go back to your tv's settings menu, make a change, and then go back to the DVD to see if the change made a difference. Some tv's offer better consumer controls than others. You should be able adjust the basics at least.
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The DVD itself doesn't do anything. It just displays patterns etc that you adjust what ever user controls are available to you. You may have to pause the DVD, go back to your tv's settings menu, make a change, and then go back to the DVD to see if the change made a difference. Some tv's offer better consumer controls than others. You should be able adjust the basics at least.
Oh god; I get you now. What an idiot!

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Oh god; I get you now. What an idiot!

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Not to worry. A lot of old time posters here will never admit to some of the things they did during the learning process
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Oh god; I get you now. What an idiot!

Thank you.
You're not the only one.

I've read about others who thought playing a calibration disk on your player would calibrate your TV.

Given the self calibration nature of audio with Audyssey, its not that much of a stretch.

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Hi guys,

Quick questions: I m calibrating my black levels on my Samsung F6400 display that is connected directly to my Xbox One.

I get can 2-25 flash on the black clipping pattern, is this correct or do I need to to change my brightness more down to get only 17-25 flash?
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AVS HD 709 is video, so you want only 17-25 to flash.
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My understanding is you should always turn off dynamic contrast before adjusting color or tint using s blue filter? Why is that? if I want to use dynamic contrast it seems I should calibrate with dynamic contrast enabled as if I calibrate with dynamic contrast off the color saturation and tint saturation is off again once dynamic contrast is enabled.
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My understanding is you should always turn off dynamic contrast before adjusting color or tint using s blue filter? Why is that? if I want to use dynamic contrast it seems I should calibrate with dynamic contrast enabled as if I calibrate with dynamic contrast off the color saturation and tint saturation is off again once dynamic contrast is enabled.
Hi, Dynamic Contrast should always be off when you want accurate picture or you want to calibrate or view calibrated picture. Dynamic modes are boosting the saturation of colors and change gamma...to make them more saturated or make the dark shades even blacker or bright shades ever brighter; so they altering the original image to look more impressive and more inaccurate. A lot of users not familiar with calibration or the ones who haven't seen how a calibrated picture looks like they are impressed with dynamic modes and use them a lot.

Using Blue Filter is not working anymore unless you have an old CRT display.

CMS Calibration is not possible by only looking build in filters or by any type of $1 filter that is coming with disks or by photographic use quality and more expensive ones (Rosco E-Colour Tokyo Blue #071 or Lee Sheet Colour Filter #071 Tokyo or Kodak Deep Blue Tricolor #47B).

Blue Filter Glasses are useless for displays other than CRT.

Blue filters used before 10-15 years mainly for CRT Displays where only Color/Tint controls were available for CMS; the calibration software/meter access were so limited and so expensive.....now in 2015 you can get an amazing for the performance colorimeter like X-Rite's i1Display PRO and by using an open source software for free (like HCFR), there is no reason to use any blue filter anymore.

Now most of the displays are coming with 6-Axis CMS controls.

Blue filters (on CRT) can work where for example the Red Primary is fully saturated and have no blue or green...blue primary has no green or red etc....But a fully saturated Primary needs to have the other 2 primaries added to be able to de-saturated it to it's target....so viewing thru the blue filter you will have light coming from all three primaries and this will make it's blue filter purpose of matching the luminance method no longer work.

When you will buy a colorimeter and use a software to perform a gamut calibration, when you will have calibrated the display full CMS, look throu the blue filter....you will see that it will look so bad. Blue filters designed to work for display that their primaries are tracking REC.709, now all modern displays have wider gamut coverage from REC.709, this is another one reason that Blue Filter is not worth it to use nowadays.

BTW I have posted there: What is the best calibration disc??? what you can do and what you can't do with only a calibration disk...any calibration disk not specific Ted's Disk.

The only think you can do with a color clipping pattern is to check (reduce color or contrast) and prevent color clipping of primary/secondary color luminance levels.

If you decide to buy a meter, the X-Rite i1Display PRO colorimeter is the best choice, for it's value/price, and get prepared to spend some time to get more deeper about how calibration stuff work.

There free calibration software solutions, you can download:

1) HCFR from here with support forum topic: HCFR - Open source projector and display calibration software

2) The Free DPS version of LightSpace CMS can be used also with an i1Display PRO meter, there available to read various guides on the Light Illusion website.

The specific guide for use with LightSpace DPS is here.

But there is a lot of potentially useful/interesting info in the various guides on the website also.

Support forum topic: Free LightSpace DPS - Manual Display Calibration

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My understanding is you should always turn off dynamic contrast before adjusting color or tint using s blue filter? Why is that? if I want to use dynamic contrast it seems I should calibrate with dynamic contrast enabled as if I calibrate with dynamic contrast off the color saturation and tint saturation is off again once dynamic contrast is enabled.
Hi, Dynamic Contrast should always be off when you want accurate picture or you want to calibrate or view calibrated picture. Dynamic modes are boosting the saturation of colors and change gamma...to make them more saturated or make the dark shades even blacker or bright shades ever brighter; so they altering the original image to look more impressive and more inaccurate. A lot of users not familiar with calibration or the ones who haven't seen how a calibrated picture looks like they are impressed with dynamic modes and use them a lot.

Using Blue Filter is not working anymore unless you have an old CRT display.

CMS Calibration is not possible by only looking build in filters or by any type of $1 filter that is coming with disks or by photographic use quality and more expensive ones (Rosco E-Colour Tokyo Blue #071 or Lee Sheet Colour Filter #071 Tokyo or Kodak Deep Blue Tricolor #47B).

Blue Filter Glasses are useless for displays other than CRT.

Blue filters used before 10-15 years mainly for CRT Displays where only Color/Tint controls were available for CMS; the calibration software/meter access were so limited and so expensive.....now in 2015 you can get an amazing for the performance colorimeter like X-Rite's i1Display PRO and by using an open source software for free (like HCFR), there is no reason to use any blue filter anymore.

Now most of the displays are coming with 6-Axis CMS controls.

Blue filters (on CRT) can work where for example the Red Primary is fully saturated and have no blue or green...blue primary has no green or red etc....But a fully saturated Primary needs to have the other 2 primaries added to be able to de-saturated it to it's target....so viewing thru the blue filter you will have light coming from all three primaries and this will make it's blue filter purpose of matching the luminance method no longer work.

When you will buy a colorimeter and use a software to perform a gamut calibration, when you will have calibrated the display full CMS, look throu the blue filter....you will see that it will look so bad. Blue filters designed to work for display that their primaries are tracking REC.709, now all modern displays have wider gamut coverage from REC.709, this is another one reason that Blue Filter is not worth it to use nowadays.

BTW I have posted there: What is the best calibration disc??? what you can do and what you can't do with only a calibration disk...any calibration disk not specific Ted's Disk.

The only think you can do with a color clipping pattern is to check (reduce color or contrast) and prevent color clipping of primary/secondary color luminance levels.

If you decide to buy a meter, the X-Rite i1Display PRO colorimeter is the best choice, for it's value/price, and get prepared to spend some time to get more deeper about how calibration stuff work.

There free calibration software solutions, you can download:

1) HCFR from here with support forum topic: HCFR - Open source projector and display calibration software

2) The Free DPS version of LightSpace CMS can be used also with an i1Display PRO meter, there available to read various guides on the Light Illusion website.

The specific guide for use with LightSpace DPS is here.

But there is a lot of potentially useful/interesting info in the various guides on the website also.

Support forum topic: Free LightSpace DPS - Manual Display Calibration
Wow what an informative post. Thank you very much. What do I do when I have a Samsung h series tv that has no cms controls or ability to disable dynamic contrast? Can Service menu work?

I also have another Samsung that has a blue only rgb mode that I engaged to calibrate the color controls and tint using flashing plude patter. Is this method more accurate than using the blue filter?

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Wow what an informative post. Thank you very much. What do I do when I have a Samsung h series tv that has no cms controls or ability to disable dynamic contrast? Can Service menu work?

I also have another Samsung that has a blue only rgb mode that I engaged to calibrate the red blue and green. Is this method more accurate than using the blue filter?
Hi, use movie mode, there you will be able to disable it.

For CMS calibration you need software/meter, can't do it by looking any reference pattern or any mode or any filter.

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Hi, use movie mode, there you will be able to disable it.

For CMS calibration you need software/meter, can't do it by looking any reference pattern or any mode or any filter.
can't use movie mode as I am using it for PC gaming and introduces too much lag. Game mode or PC mode use standard. Game mode apparently has dynamic contrast engaged with no way to disabled it, pc mode appears not to have it engaged. Would a calibration meter be useless if my tv has no CMS controls? Perhaps I could adjust the cuts,gains in the service menu? The model is samsung 40h5003 a budget tv without the advanced user menu controls for white balance, dynamic contrast control, etc like my other samsungs have. I am hoping the service menu "need to find service manual for it" would allow some more control.
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