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Originally Posted by Fat Dave View Post

Now you're ready to get busy with ID3
  1. In the ID3 Setting popup window, choose a gamma in the "Gamma Table Select" drop-down menu to play with.
  2. On the menu bar, Click "Projector", then "Receive from Projector". You should now have a gamma curve to play with. At this point I also did "File" and "Save" to have a backup, but it looks like the program may have the ability to reset to default.
  3. In the ID3 Setting popup window, Click the box that says Real Time if you want each change you make to the curves to be automatically uploaded to the projector. Each update takes maybe a second to send, so it definitely won't slow you down. If you don't like this idea, you can just click Send every now and then.
  4. Start playing around with the curves!

Are corrections made to the currently selected gamma profile in the projector settings menu and permanently saved in that slot or is it something applied overall?

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wow, my first post for like a year or so I think...

I'm trying to remember how this worked, since I lost custody of the laptop I used for this and haven't done it for awhile...

Once you edit and save an altered gamma for that setting, that gamma is permanently saved in that slot, so the old profile is overwritten with the new settings. I'm pretty sure that I saved the original gamma files to my laptop first so that I would have the original curves to restore back to factory if needed.

What I did, if I remember correctly, was that I picked a couple of the Gamma settings that were so far off being useful, and I used them to tweak. That way if I screwed everything up, no real harm!

Once you get in there (assuming you're patient and sufficiently OCD and nerdy to want to do this), it's actually pretty straightforward. It's time-consuming, but you don't need to do it often, and the results are spectacular.

... which reminds me, it's about time to re-calibrate.... maybe after the festivities tonight!
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