We are about to release a new update for the VisionHDP, VisionHDQ, and VisionPro HDP that corrects a judder issue reported with 24p inputs. In addition this release will add primary-color gamut calibration to these three products.
Below is some info on the gamut software that I just posted in the projector section that I thought would be of interest here:
We are doing some final testing before releasing a Vision series update to add color gamut for the VisionHDP, VisionHDQ and VisionPro HDP (did not fit in VisionDVI). This is a matrix approach, so you have control of the primary x,y,Y points in RGB color space. Grayscale and gamut are controlled independently so you don't need to iterate between them. That is, calibrating one does not screw up the other.
This is not quite as flexible as the RadianceXD's 3D palette which has control of the primaries and secondaries in RGB space. However, it should give good results for the secondaries on displays with correct color decoding. Also, it will be possible to tweak the relative position of the primary/secondary points using color/hue/offsets in the Vision. So, with iteration you can adjust secondaries on the Vision series to some degree.
As with all our software improvements this is free of charge and will be available for download from our website in the next few days.
At $1199 the VisionHDP makes a pretty compelling calibration-only box, and as a bonus you get what we believe is one of the world's best video processor/scalers for no extra charge.
Calibration order will be:
- Program output resolution in Lumagen
- Set display's controls to neutral/off (color, hue, edge enhance, etc.)
- Set black/white levels in display
- Set 100% white's color temp in display if available
- Calibrate gamut (RGBW in Vision, RGBCMYW in Radiance)
- Calibrate grayscale
- Do other calibration steps