Originally Posted by mechman25
johnfull I tried running with your settings for a week but couldn't.
I found the colors to be way too over saturated and I could see blue in the whites, not all the time but it was there.
The yellow also had an orange cast to it.
These settings may be for some but I have been watching calibrated TV's for a few years now and they are not for me.
I still don't like the yellow flesh tones I was getting with my settings so I played with the CMS settings some.
I lowered yellow saturation and raised blue and green a bit, from my original CMS numbers, I also moved the hues that were close to yellow, a couple of clicks away from yellow.
Although these numbers aren't accurate CMS numbers as far as a meter goes they are more pleasing to look at.
I like the look of this compared to the numbers I had earlier.
They are still a work in progress but probably won't be too far from the CMS numbers I am using now.
Greyscale from the 2 and 10 point are still the same as that gives a nice neutral starting point.
If some of the other UQ owners in here could plug these in and let me know what you think.
So here are the latest settings.
AV Mode Movie
Backlight User preference
Resolution Enhanced Mode1
Motion enhancement 120hz High
Clear picture processing Off
Value All 0
Color temp Low
Active contrast Off
Gamma Adjustment -2
Film Mode Off
Digital noise reduction Off
Gamma color gamut Standard
10 point greyscale
Thanks for giving it a whirl! For smclay and me, your movie setting was too yellow for our tastes.
He inadvertently did the same 'fix' that I did by starting with the Middle color and applying your
grayscale values. We both like the smoothness that you are able to impart with the meter, but we
both added blue evenly across your settings. Just for fun, I applied them to High setting as well,
but that caused runaway green at the top. You are still working strictly with Movie mode, correct?
Just to be doubly-sure that we are talking the same language, you were working from either the
User or Standard mode when applying my values, right? If so, then it is really a matter of taste.
I know that Rlindo tolerates bad-looking signals in order to get accuracy. My quest has been to
get a setting that will handle the garbage as well as the BluRay films. Have you tried the 3D setting?
To my eyes, it circles around an orange/purple axis in missing some green. Nothing can be done
about it, though, and the eyes do adjust to the color and the glasses in pretty quick order.
Thanks again, and please clarify which Picture Quality setting you were working from. Thanks!