Originally Posted by bradandbree
Even though you burned the disk image to a DVD and not a Blu-ray, the resulting disc is used to calibrate your Blu-ray player for playing Blu-ray discs. So you should set the colorspace in the...
Originally Posted by daMaster
You can burn the AVCHD or PATCHED versions to a DVD and they should play fine in most BluRay players. The result will be the same whether burned to BD or DVD.
Originally Posted by RLLD
Should I invest in a colorimeter or just pay someone to calibrate the thing?
If you want to do it by yourself, you have to do a lot of (internet) reading and spend a lot of hours trying to achieve the...
Let's go on topic: I found this:
Hosted Online Seminars
From what I saw it is not a seminar about calibration, but some theory about color etc. How do you find it?