Replies to my Red Push problem.:
Originally Posted by silverwidow
Simple - use Fairchild's settings, but instead of Warm2 (which is too red for my taste) use Normal.
Originally Posted by xx2000xx View Post
I'll give the normal thing a shot but I think that would throw all of his other calibration settings off.
I think it would throw off the calibration settings off as well, but you might want to try Warm1 since it's less of a jump than all the way to Normal from Warm2.
Originally posted by LDBetaGuy
Yes, I've noticed a bit of a red push, noticeable on skin tones, when I use the CNET settings on my 60" S60. I think I like how it looks a bit better than before I made the adjustments, but I go back and forth on that. Always remember that you'll never get the same results on your TV by entering someone else's calibration settings. It may be close, but it won't be the same. Every TV is different, even among the same exact model.
As I've gotten older I've gotten less OCD about my TV picture. As long as its relatively close to being correct, I'm happy. So the S60 in Cinema mode without any adjustments looks great to me. The CNET settings are interesting to try, however.
I have tried the normal setting, warm 1 and warm 2. And I still see lots of red in facial tones.
I'm wanting to not only reduce the red but also increase to a light brown /yellow tone to get more accurate facial tones.
I watch a lot of PBS talk shows that often have many facial closeups, and overly red facials really bug me.
Since the Panny has been so highly rated I'm wondering why there seems to be no fix for the red push I see.
This red push not only shows in facials but also distorts landscapes giving unrealistic colors to sky, water, sand, etc
I haven't figured out yet how to extract other posts so they show up with a different background color which makes it obvious that its a prior response posting.
Is there some forum guide as to how to construct these layered posts.?
Thanks to all who have, and hopefully will, reply to my quest for tweaking settings to correct Red push and give accurate facial tones.