Originally Posted by djsketchie
Totally understand you on that one. I've had D-Nice calibrate my VT60 and wouldn't share those advanced settings either.
That being said...can you at least confirm the basic settings (Cell Light, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, etc.) to give us a ballpark about the best basic settings out of the box in Movie mode?
Also, did he use BT.1886 or a standard flat gamma?
Right and what people have to know, there is too much individual, set-to-set variation when it comes to 10 point greyscale, gamma and CMS settings. All of this is tied into contrast, cell, etc. as well. You just really cannot properly extract settings from an individual cal.
I personally felt the best out of box setting was Movie mode with Warm 1 and contrast and and cell light set accordingly to your light output preference. I kept and still do keep all of the processing stuff off for the most natural image. I do use the Black Optimizer and Cinema Smooth for Blu. However, out of box settings just do not compare in any way to this cal.
I do most of my viewing on my F5300 in a light controlled room and do no like like a really bright image. I had him set it to 32 ftL. The display was capable of reaching mid 40s ftL.
I tried bt1886 on my previous VT60, but largely didn't prefer it over a power law gamma. At 24hz I'm at 2.26 and 2.25 for 60hz. Wish I could post the report.
Edit: reports now linked below.