Yesterday i tried to calibrate my W5000.
My setup was :
Source: Panasonic BD-35
Signal: HDMI Resolution 1080p/60Hz
Disc: AVS HD 1.3
Meter: Eye One Display 2
Software: Hcfr 2.1
Settings used after calibration:
Picture Mode: ISF Night
Black Level: 0 IRE
Noise Reduction: (not available)
Detail Enhancement: +0
Luma Transmission: +0
Croma Transmission: +0
Color Temperature: Warm
Gamma Selection: 2.2
Brilliant Color: Off
All set to:
Dynamic Black: ON
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic
Overscan Adjustment: 0
Lamp Settings: Lamp Power = Whisper
This was my workflow :
- I turned on VPR for 1h
- I turned on i1 Display 2 for 1h
- Placed the menu on top left
- Placed the meter on down right of APL Pattern
- I adjusted the brightness/contrast with AVS HD disc
- I adjusted the greyscale entering on Service menu and corrected the Gain/Offser of Warm color temperature
- Lowered the contrast to 44 to not have the drop of green output on 90/100IRE
- Entering on Service Menu and disabled the CCA
- Measured Primary and Secondary with APL Color 75% Saturation for RGBCYMK(and service menu' on to not re-enable CCA) and 100% APL Saturation for White
- Entering on ISF Menù and inserted the x,y measured value (75% RGBCMYK 100% W) and apply CCA on all settings
- Leaved the Desired settings to default of my W5000
After thousand and thousand of attempts i was unable to move the x,y coordinate to HD709 ref.
My triangle gamut not wider of the HD709 triangle so i think that i can move coordinate only inside it, i am correct ?
For example on this (it is not mine) :
i can reach the B,M,C standard point but not R,G,Y)
Also, how can i set the desired Y? I must set before all x,y of desired RGBCMYK and after my Y?
If i understand i must divide my first Y-measured-color with first Y-measured-white and insert in Y desired value, or i must divide it with a new measured value (by repeat test for primary and secondary)
Last question, my Panasonic BD-35 is unable to force 24p on AVSHD, so can i calibrate my 1080p/60hz and manual copy ALL my settings on 1080p/24p ? Or my calibration will not be correct?