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GUITARMAN SETTINGS: August 16, 2011

Here are the colorfacts calibrated numbers, might come in handy.

1080i Component signal
Cinema
contrast -14
brightness 0
Sharp 12
Color +8
Tint 0
Advanced
Gamma Standard
R gain -4
G gain 0
B gain +1
R bias +2
G bias -1
B bias +4

HDMI 2D
Contrast -18
Brightness -2
Sharp 11
Color 15
Tint 0
Advanced
Gamma Film
R gain -5
G gain 0
B gain -1
R bias -1
G bias 0
B bias 0

After 100hrs your lamp is broken in and there's a color shift which stabilizes so here's a set of D65k tuned numbers for that. -

This one is a 2.20 gamma for digital video choosing the Film gamma choice.

2D Settings:
User
Contrast -18
Bright -3
Sharp 12
Color -2
Tint +4

Advanced
Gamma Film
Color Temp Warm

RGB/gain bias
R gain -4
g gain -1
b gain +1

R bias +1
G bias +1
B bias 0


This one can be saved separately under Cinema it's a 2.5gamma or CRT type gamma for when after your lamp breaks in. This will show a darker image you might like for movie watching. The other 2.2 gamma tuning save it under User for HDTV, switch back and forth your preference.

Cinema
Contrast -31
Bright 0
Sharp 12
Color +4
Tint 0

Advanced
Gamma Standard
Color Temp Warm
Red gain +1
Grn gain 0
blu gain =5

Red bias -2
Grn bias 0
Blu bias -1

Lumens on a 106" 1.0 screen - using a light meter back at the screen.
http://www.videodementia.com/sales/h...ight265hrs.jpg
That's 49 foot candles a very high reading.

2D basic tuned OTB 1440 lumens low lamp

3D OTB 2040 lumens bright mode / graphic gamma, 3D is factory tuned for when viewing with the glasses on. There is no 3D tuning software yet.

2D tuned down to D65k 1080lumens low lamp

Lumens adjusted to using shortest throw / max opened zoom. Knock 20% off the numbers when using long throw minimum zoomed lens.

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Out The Box 2D Settings By Optoma

DISPLAY MODE: Cinema

CONTRAST: +5
BRIGHTNESS: 0
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: +8
TINT: 0

ADVANCED: GAMMA:
film Gamma Curve type: -1 Offset: +1

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Color: 1 (others set to 0)
Pure motion:1
Pure detail: 1

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Warm

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: +3
Green Gain: 0
Blue Gain: +3
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

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WINDSHIFT Setting HD33 2D (march 19, 2012)

Calibration was done using an Eye-One Display sensor, on a 1.0 gain screen (106 inches, 12 feet throw), in a dedicater HT room, complete darkness.

2D HDMI 1080p
Display mode: Cinema
Contrast -9
Bright -2
Sharp 12
Color +8
Tint -1 (edited value)

ADVANCED
Gamma Film
Color Temp Warm
Gamma curve type +2 (edited value)
Offset +1

PURE ENGINE
Pure color 1
Pure detail 1

RGB/gain bias
R gain +5
g gain 0
b gain +4

R bias +1
G bias 0
B bias +1
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POSTED BY YIORGO1313 (March 12, 2012)

Equipment
oppo 93
denon 5308ci
screen Dalite high contrast matte white gain 1.1

contrast 0
brightness 0
colour 5
tint 2

mode cinema
temp med
offsets
r 0
g 1
b 3
r 0
g 0
b 0
gamma film 2.2
ofssets
+1
+3
hours on projector about 100

hopefully this may help some of you,good luck

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CVH First HD33 2D Settings February 2012

This is for BLURAY 2D only. My setup: 125" Elite 1.1 Gain Screen, projector ceiling mounted at 14ft from screen in a darkened room no ambient light.

DISPLAY MODE: Cinema

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: 20
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Curve type: -4
Offset: +1

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Color: 1 (others set to 0)

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Warm

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

____________________________________________________________________

CVH New HD33 Projector From Optoma after Calibration 2D - June 2012

This is for BLURAY 2D only.
My setup: 125" Elite 1.1 Gain Screen, projector ceiling mounted at 14ft from screen in a darkened room no ambient light

LAMP MODE: STD
DISPLAY MODE: User

CONTRAST: +5
BRIGHTNESS: -4
level a touch.)
SHARPNESS: 11
COLOR: 16
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Film Curve type: +2
Offset: +3

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: off
Pure Detail: off
Pure Color: 0

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

_____________________________________________________________________


3D HD33 Stock Settings Out the Box

LAMP MODE: BRIGHT
DISPLAY MODE: 3D

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: 0
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: 12
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: Graphic
Gamma Curve type: -6
Offset: 0

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: Low
Pure Detail: 1
Pure Color: Off

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: +2
Green Gain: 0
Blue Gain: +1
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: 1

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



CVH Old HD33 with 3D Settings - February 2012


This is for BLURAY 3D only. My setup: 125" Elite 1.1 Gain Screen, projector ceiling mounted at 14ft from screen in a darkened room no ambient light

LAMP MODE: STD (Saves on Lamp Life)
DISPLAY MODE: User

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: 20
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Film Curve type: -7
Offset: +2

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: off
Pure Detail: off
Pure Color: 1

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

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CVH UPDATED 3D SETTINGS (DECEMBER 2012)

So I spent a few days tweaking the HD33 again in 3D mode.
I was a little nervous about messing with the emitter, but had to try.

I read the emitter manual online and fine tuned the “Glasses Performance Mode”

I was mainly interested in brightening the glasses lens. In doing so, I was pleasantly surprised at the results. 3 things happened that I was not expecting.

1. The 3D image of course brightened.
2. It also removed that green tint that is so prevalent on the Optoma RF’s
3. Also, from top to Bottom, the Lens color was completely uniform. No color shift.

Try the Following:

Leave original 3D settings the same as factory default in 3D mode.
Go to User mode and plug in the following Data: After all settings complete, toggle between 3D and USER Mode to see the difference. Then proceed to tweak the Emitter.

LAMP MODE: BRIGHT
DISPLAY MODE: USER

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: +12
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Curve type: -7
Offset: +1

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: Low
Pure Detail: 1
Pure Color: +2

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: +2
Green Gain: 0
Blue Gain: +1
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +1

Run a 3D movie with glasses on and the emitter in your hand.
Pause movie where you like.

Push down and hold the Joystick until 2 green LED’s light up.
You’re in “MANUAL TUNING PREFORMANCE MODE”

Move the joy stick to the right to Brighten the Image, or Left to Darken.
I moved it all the way to the Right. The Green tint faded and no Color Shifts.

Now, look at the top of your lens and slowly move down to the bottom. You should have no Color Shift. And no green tint.

For testing, Move the Joystick to the left in increments and u will notice the Green tint gets worse and image darkens.

The Emitter LED’s will all be lit up orange still. Don’t worry. In 2 minutes it will save your setting and return to green.

After all steps are followed. you should have a nice bright image, no color shifts and an almost removed green tint in PQ.

This may not work for all of you. Try it at your own risk. It is easy though.

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is there any setting for my setup?

100inches 1.3gain screen with almost 250 hrs used.
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is there any setting for my setup?
100inches 1.3gain screen with almost 250 hrs used.

I would use this setting below. Now it will be brighter due to 1.3 gain and smaller screen than 125" 1.1 Gain. So I would play with Brightness and contrast until it is not blinding bright,

LAMP MODE: STD
DISPLAY MODE: User

CONTRAST: +5
BRIGHTNESS: -4
level a touch.)
SHARPNESS: 11
COLOR: 16
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Film Curve type: +2
Offset: +3

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: off
Pure Detail: off
Pure Color: 0

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

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thanks CVH! and thanks for the thread!!!!

looks like the adjusted (then re-adjusted) 3d settings i ended up with are indeed identical to the stock settings!!
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thanks CVH! and thanks for the thread!!!!
looks like the adjusted (then re-adjusted) 3d settings i ended up with are indeed identical to the stock settings!!

Hope this thread helps to keep up with all these settings. I too now use the stock 3D settings. Just works. I watched Imax Hubble 3D and Journey to the center of earth 3D with stock settings and was very happy with results, although needing a little blacker blacks but not a biggy. This new projector from optoma is extremely quieter than old projector in 3D Bright Lamp Mode. Go figure.

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which setting is better for my setup?

ur 3d setting or stock setting?
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which setting is better for my setup?
ur 3d setting or stock setting?

I would make sure stock setting is the original for 3D. Posted above. Then plugin my 3D settings in the USER and enter all values. Then put on 3d glasses and switch back and forth between user and 3D stock. Make sure you can bypass any other settings alone the way. switch only between the two.

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thanks again for the thread cvh. it's going to be a great resource for people like me who are always tinkering around and it will be nice to have the numbers all in once place.
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DISPLAY MODE: REFERENCE
COLOR: +8

(firmware C03)

I only adjusted the color setting to get the uniform flashing blue bars with the simple tint and saturation pattern (and THX glasses). I use a cheap gray screen which might be a factor.
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Any good setting for 720p content? use 95 inches MW screen. Too much noise on the image.
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i found that upscaling the content before it gets to the HD3300 vastly improves 720p content. The HD3300 just isn't a good scaler for 720p content. PS3 games and 720p cable channels specifically. It's more noticeable on a 120" screen.
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I would use this setting below. Now it will be brighter due to 1.3 gain and smaller screen than 125" 1.1 Gain. So I would play with Brightness and contrast until it is not blinding bright,
LAMP MODE: STD
DISPLAY MODE: User
CONTRAST: +5
BRIGHTNESS: -4
level a touch.)
SHARPNESS: 11
COLOR: 16
TINT: 0
ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Film Curve type: +2
Offset: +3
PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: off
Pure Detail: off
Pure Color: 0
COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium
RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

Trying to use these numbers for my setup but can't find Color and Tint in the menu? Am I missing something?
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Also, do you recommend these settings for a 120" screen? Lamp only has about 15 hrs. Are these settings good for DirecTV as well? Hooked up with HDMI
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Thanks for the settings info, really appreciate the work done!

I have a couple questions, that i would like some opinions on:

I just received my unit along with a 0.8 gain gray screen. Would you think that is too dark?
I'm worried it's crushing the blacks and i am finding the picture a little on the darker side

I have about 15 hrs on the unit, when the bulb 'breaks in' does the picture improve or get worse?

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hi mjoc -

the bulbs get slightly dimmer over time so if it's already on the dark side for you, you may want to recalibrate to compensate for your screen at least for now.

i found the HD3300 plenty bright from the start and at 500 hours on this bulb it's still bright even with ambient light. so it shouldn't be too dark out of the box as a new unit... how much light control do you have in the room?

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hi mjoc -
the bulbs get slightly dimmer over time so if it's already on the dark side for you, you may want to recalibrate to compensate for your screen at least for now.
i found the HD3300 plenty bright from the start and at 500 hours on this bulb it's still bright even with ambient light. so it shouldn't be too dark out of the box as a new unit... how much light control do you have in the room?
ps- as an ex-thrashers fan it pains me to see your avatar :-)

Thanks Oleus.
Do you think the 'darkness' i'm seeing might be the gray 0.8 screen?
What would be the best way to calibrate the unit for someone without any of the hightech equip, the AVS disc?

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Thanks Oleus.
Do you think the 'darkness' i'm seeing might be the gray 0.8 screen?
What would be the best way to calibrate the unit for someone without any of the hightech equip, the AVS disc?
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I would try using my 3D setting and plug numbers into custom user settings. This gives a nice bright image. Settings below. I use this when I want to watch a movie with ambient light spilling in from the outside. I have a hard time waiting to watch a movie at 9pm when it gets dark.

LAMP MODE: STD (Saves on Lamp Life)
DISPLAY MODE: User

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: 20
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Film Curve type: -7
Offset: +2

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: off
Pure Detail: off
Pure Color: 1

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

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Also, do you recommend these settings for a 120" screen? Lamp only has about 15 hrs. Are these settings good for DirecTV as well? Hooked up with HDMI

I cant tell you this because I only view 2D and 3D blurays at 1080p. All my settings are strictly calibrated for this.

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Trying to use these numbers for my setup but can't find Color and Tint in the menu? Am I missing something?

Yes, you will need the CO3 firmware. I know CO1 does not have it. Maybe CO2 might. But I know CO3 does. CHK uper right hand corner on the HD33 menu popup. Also I am not sure you will get color and tint on other inputs like cable or PC. I know it shows up on Bluray for 2D and 3D. this is all i watch. Also will show up on the PS3.

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Love this Setting. Watched cable for the first time just 2 weeks ago. So far only been watching Blurays.
Tweak these settings for best optimal viewing for me. Looks great.

Time Warner Cable 1080i Setting

Display Mode: Cinema

CONTRAST: +3
BRIGHTNESS: -6
SHARPNESS: 13
COLOR: 20
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Curve type: 0
Offset: +1

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Color: 1 (others set to 0)

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Warm

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: 0
Green Gain: -2
Blue Gain: 0
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +2

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UPDATED 3D AND EMITTER SETTINGS (DECEMBER 2012)

So I spent a few days tweaking the HD33 again in 3D mode.
I was a little nervous about messing with the emitter, but had to try.

I read the emitter manual online and fine tuned the “Glasses Performance Mode”

I was mainly interested in brightening the glasses lens. In doing so, I was pleasantly surprised at the results.
3 things happened that I was not expecting.

1. The 3D image of course brightened.
2. It also removed that green tint that is so prevalent on the Optoma RF’s
3. Also, from top to Bottom, the Lens color was completely uniform. No color shift.

Try the Following:

Leave original 3D settings the same as factory default in 3D mode.
Go to User mode and plug in the following Data: After all settings complete, toggle between 3D and USER Mode to see the difference.
Then proceed to tweak the Emitter.

LAMP MODE: BRIGHT
DISPLAY MODE: USER

CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 12
COLOR: +12
TINT: 0

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: film
Gamma Curve type: -7
Offset: +1

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: Low
Pure Detail: 1
Pure Color: +2

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: +2
Green Gain: 0
Blue Gain: +1
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: +1

Run a 3D movie with glasses on and the emitter in your hand.
Pause movie where you like.

Push down and hold the Joystick until 2 green LED’s light up.
You’re in “MANUAL TUNING PREFORMANCE MODE”

Move the joy stick to the right to Brighten the Image, or Left to Darken.
I moved it all the way to the Right. The Green tint faded and no Color Shifts.

Now, look at the top of your lens and slowly move down to the bottom. You should have no Color Shift. And no green tint.

For testing, Move the Joystick to the left in increments and u will notice the Green tint gets worse and image darkens.

The Emitter LED’s will all be lit up orange still. Don’t worry. In 2 minutes it will save your setting and return to green.

After all steps are followed. you should have a nice bright image, no color shifts and an almost removed green tint in PQ.

This may not work for all of you. Try it at your own risk. It is easy though.

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I see that all the settings here are very low on contrast and fairly high on brightness compared to my settings.

I set mine using the disney WOW Bluray with the projector setting.
The room has white walls, am projecting from 11' 11" to a 100" motorised screen which I have painted with vinyl matte white paint, slightly tinted to N8.5 so it's just off white. Had to do this due to the horrible sparkles on the cheap screen and also to fill the textures in on the fabric. Now it looks great and completely smooth.

My settings are as follows for 2d/3d

Contrast +28
Brightness -12
Sharp 12

I don't run any of the "pure" settings as I don't like the effect pure motion or colour adds to things and can't see any difference with pure detail.

Do I have to have the contrast so high compared to you guys due to the white walls in the room?

Thanks,

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SONY BDP S590 HD33 3D SETTINGS

So I purchased a new Sony Bluray Player for the Apps and was pleasantly suprised by the quality for 3D on HD33.
I tweak with my New Sony PS3 3D Glasses, but still works with BFG RF Glasses.

Below are the Settings for HD33 3D on a Sony BDP S590:

LAMP MODE: BRIGHT

DISPLAY MODE: 3D
CONTRAST: +7
BRIGHTNESS: -4
SHARPNESS: 14
COLOR: 14
TINT: -1

ADVANCED:
GAMMA: Graphic
Gamma Curve type: -4
Offset: 0

PURE ENGINE:
Pure Motion: Low
Pure Detail: 1
Pure Color: 5

COLOR SETTINGS:
Color Temp: Medium

RGB BIAS/GAIN:
Red Gain: +2
Green Gain: 0
Blue Gain: +1
Red Bias: +2
Green Bias: 0
Blue Bias: 1

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