can anybody confirm that we now have access to 10pt white balance in 'pc mode'?
I was goofing around a bit, and I turned off my pc mode on hdmi2(my gaming input), went to hdmi1 and selected the 'apply settings to all' option, then back to 'this input only'. I wanted to copy my good calibration over t hdmi2. when I went back to hdmi2 and renamed it to pc again, I had lost my previous pc settings. so I brought out my meter to do a quick re-cal, and noticed that 10pt controls were not greyed out! sure enough I was able to turn them to on, and use them. I'm 99% sure this has never been the case before, how could I have missed it?
the 'goofy' features like dynamic contrast, mpeg filter, etc were still all greyed out. black optimizer was greyed out. and all settings to do with color were greyed out. moving my cursor around on the screen was definitely better than the regular mode, but I'm not sure if it isn't slightly laggy still. still very good, but I feel like maybe it was better in pc mode before, not sure.
anyway, I went through and did the greyscale/gamma calibration, and it's fantastic, as good as I've ever gotten in movie mode. but color... green was always an issue in pc mode before. see the CIE chart below:
compare that to what I got today(I only ran primaries since there's nothing I can adjust anyway):
so, I'm curious if this is something new, or I somehow stumbled onto a glitch that's actually good? at this point I don't want to touch anything, the results in my PC mode right now are so good, I can hardly tell the difference between it and my 'movie' mode calibration, aside from not having black optimizer and it being 10ftl brighter. I mean, I was even able to dial in a near perfect bt1886 gamma!
if this is new, I wonder if 10pt controls are available in game mode now too? if so, that might be a big deal, as game mode I believe allows BO, which means you should be able to get pretty much the same results in game mode as you do in movie, but with half the lag