Originally Posted by eric3316
So how would I run the saturation sweeps different from what I have done already? I noticed everyone talking about using 75% and 100%. Can you go into some detail about this and what needs to be done in HCFR to accomplish whatever it is I need to accomplish.
it doesn't appear that you've run saturation sweeps at all??
the idea is that having accurate color at 100% means very little if it's not accurate at 25-75% where most of the stuff we actually watch is. so run the sweeps and adjust the cms so that the dE's from 25-75% are the lowest. in some cases(almost for sure with red) you'll end up with higher dE at 100%
so, what I would do, run the 100% colors test, then run saturation for all colors. then go through one color at a time, running the saturation sweeps and adjusting the cms until you have the lowest dE's for the whole range(focus on 25-75%). once you've done all colors, go back and rerun 100% color, and all saturation sweeps to make sure nothing interfered with other colors.
that being said, fix your gamma FIRST, because if you do the color, and then go adjust the gamma, you're gonna have to redo color again anyway.
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