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The 493 is how many different color patches I measured for this calibration report.
Yes, I realize that. But why 493 and not some other number?

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If you want to view the different color patches and the 21 grayscale patches along with the report. Click on the link below, download file and open with your browser.

If you get a redirect just x out of the redirect and you will be back on the download page for this file. Its safe

http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php...70079727924087

I'll have a look next time I'm at my desktop machine.

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Yes, I realize that. But why 493 and not some other number?

I'll have a look next time I'm at my desktop machine.

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Measuring 493 points save's me time, and gives me a good understanding on how the process came out.
I know my VT60, but if it was a different display I would run a 1000 point measurement report as I have in the past on my VT60.

Most calibration reports that you will see only measure 10 points of the grayscale and up to (usually 7 points) 93 gamut points.

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Measuring 493 points save's me time, and gives me a good understanding on how the process came out.

I know my VT60, but if it was a different display I would run a 1000 point measurement report as I have in the past on my VT60.



Most calibration reports that you will see only measure 10 points of the grayscale and up to (usually 7 points) 93 gamut points.



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That would make 103 in total (10 + 93).

Again, you haven't really explained how that 493 number is derived. I'm guessing it's 400 + the above mentioned 93 gamut points, with the 400 coming from somewhere. If you can explain this, I won't need to guess.

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What is the target gamma for THX 3-D? I know THX cinema is 2.2 with typical VT readings of 2.26-2.27, bright room is 1.9 typically at 1.92 on VT's. Just curious what the target gamma for THX 3-D is?
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