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post #1 of 2 Old 07-06-2013, 09:37 AM - Thread Starter
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Just bought the VT60 and I'm lookig for the best Calibration software currently available for the VT60(I know theres a burn in period). Some of the settings listed don't do a good job separating grays and blacks . So, does someone have settings that give me true gray / black separation and/or is there Cal software that will work with the VT60?? As you know, The vast number of setting makes if very difficult to adjust manually. I'm looking for Sports, general viewing and movie settings in a relatively low light level room..
This is probably a re-re-redundent question but I cannot find the answer i'm looking for
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Well you can use HCFR which is free, but your better off imho using Chromapure or Calman 5. All options will require you have a meter though.

The one software that imho is a must when working with panasonics is ControlCal. Lets you control the display from your laptop and save the settings files as well as load others settings files. Ex. I can give you my controlcal xml file and you can load it up and send it to your display in a mater of seconds.

Also its great for copying settings to other inputs as well.

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