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 Forum: Display Calibration   11-20-2014, 03:23 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver sRGB is a bit of a messy affair: Read p 51... sRGB is a bit of a messy affair: Read p 51 and p 323 here...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-13-2014, 09:28 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver are we arguing semantics here? are we arguing semantics here?
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-13-2014, 03:12 AM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver Finally, a statement that I can somewhat agree... Finally, a statement that I can somewhat agree with in principle. Without extensive psychophysical experiments, it's hard to ascertain the degree to which BT.1886 succeeds in maintaining a...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-12-2014, 11:15 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver I think you meant to say "appendix". The annex is... I think you meant to say "appendix". The annex is the standard.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-12-2014, 04:22 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver No it isn't simple logic. Let me try to explain... No it isn't simple logic. Let me try to explain it to you very simply, using video level 1 and 2 as an example: Suppose you have a perfect black level (i.e. 0 nits). Video level 1 = 0 nits. ...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-12-2014, 04:01 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver Exactly, yet what you have consistently failed to... Exactly, yet what you have consistently failed to understand is that this "lifting of the shadows" - in other words, the "stretching of luminance" between successive video levels - is actually...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-12-2014, 01:21 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver Assuming your viewing environment meets reference... Assuming your viewing environment meets reference viewing conditions, it ultimately depends on the content. BT.1886 has been THE standard since 2011, however there is plenty of material prior to this...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-12-2014, 01:15 PM Replies: 36 Views: 1,061 Posted By spacediver This is simply wrong, and it seems Steve has yet... This is simply wrong, and it seems Steve has yet to grasp the math and or perceptual logic behind BT.1886, and is still stuck in the thinking displayed here: ...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-11-2014, 12:21 PM Replies: 11 Views: 305 Posted By spacediver the gamma slider. Depending on how the other... the gamma slider. Depending on how the other functions work, it may be possible to change the shape of the line, but not sure. Your best bet is to invest in a colorimeter.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-11-2014, 11:12 AM Replies: 11 Views: 305 Posted By spacediver as for software/instruments, these threads may... as for software/instruments, these threads may help: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-display-calibration/1745857-best-calibration-setup-software-meter-around-200-a.html ...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-11-2014, 10:49 AM Replies: 11 Views: 305 Posted By spacediver Look at the images in this post... Look at the images in this post (http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1041045250#post1041045250). Ignore the blue lines - just look at the yellow lines. Ideally, you want that to be flat. The...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-11-2014, 10:22 AM Replies: 11 Views: 305 Posted By spacediver also, if your gamma isn't flat to begin with,... also, if your gamma isn't flat to begin with, then no amount of sliding in the nvidia control panel will produce a flat gamma - it will only shift it up or down.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-10-2014, 12:50 PM Replies: 68 Views: 2,732 Posted By spacediver I can believe that. During the summer, I watched... I can believe that. During the summer, I watched a blu ray remaster of Alien (theatrical edition) on a large plasma at a friend's place. I watched the exact same content on my FW900. I was blown away...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-09-2014, 08:05 PM Replies: 38 Views: 2,955 Posted By spacediver cool, thanks :) cool, thanks :)
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-09-2014, 07:37 PM Replies: 38 Views: 2,955 Posted By spacediver I see... so it allows you to zoom and focus to... I see... so it allows you to zoom and focus to see the exact area over which light is being integrated?
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-09-2014, 07:12 PM Replies: 38 Views: 2,955 Posted By spacediver what's the function of the viewing optics? what's the function of the viewing optics?
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-09-2014, 11:33 AM Replies: 68 Views: 2,732 Posted By spacediver there's also another wrinkle to perhaps consider:... there's also another wrinkle to perhaps consider: yes, we have remarkably adaptive sensory systems, and a grayscale that is off by a little bit might not be a major issue if you're primarily watching...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-08-2014, 11:06 AM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver numen probably meant 0.07-0.08 numen probably meant 0.07-0.08
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-07-2014, 05:36 PM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver looks quite excellent to me! well done :) ... looks quite excellent to me! well done :) Perhaps someone else could offer a second opinion, especially regarding saturation sweeps etc.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 06:21 PM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver Ok, so the brightness wasn't much of a problem... Ok, so the brightness wasn't much of a problem (although be careful that it doesn't cause eye strain!). looks like you've got a good starting point.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 05:48 PM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver cool, I don't have enough experience to comment... cool, I don't have enough experience to comment on that. Your delta Es look pretty good on the neutral axis, apart from peak white - I wonder if the brightness being that high has something to do...
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 05:05 PM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver wow, peak white is 242 cd/m^2 - maybe I'm... wow, peak white is 242 cd/m^2 - maybe I'm completely wrong here, but that seems really bright.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 12:54 PM Replies: 457 Views: 13,211 Posted By spacediver http://i60.tinypic.com/331koow.jpg http://i60.tinypic.com/331koow.jpg
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 09:26 AM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver i believe so. try it and see if it works. i believe so. try it and see if it works.
 Forum: Display Calibration   11-06-2014, 09:06 AM Replies: 4,908 Views: 359,269 Posted By spacediver Use the drivers that are included in the HCFR... Use the drivers that are included in the HCFR drivers directory (ArgyllCMS.inf)
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