Originally Posted by KCinWhitby
This is interesting as it seems you are really getting alot of potential variety. I have a few questions that I hope make sense.
1) I assume your critical viewing is in Movie
and you use PC: Advanced? What is the measurment for MOVIE with PC: OFF or STANDARD
2) Would your PC: OFF measurements be the same for PC: Standard? Allowing you to still take advantage of the 24fps when sent from a blu-ray player?
I'm still working towards set it and forget it. LOL.
Thanks for you input.
1) all blu-ray/hd dvd/dvd viewing falls under movie with pc adv. If I switch to PC Off, after having calibrated Standard AV Mode down to 7100k with PC Off, Movie mode takes a nose dive. I can't remember where it settled, but it was below 6000k.
2) I'm not sure, I never use anything but PC off for viewing with all sources until calibrating PC adv. for movies.
If I set anything other than PC off, I notice what seems to be terrible interlacing or tearing from my dish vip722 (never noticed it with the 360 or any other source). It doesn't worry me though, I chalk it up to all of the signal molestation that goes on from compression to broadcast to re-compression at dish to overcrowded transponders in space to my dish and through the 722 etc. After all of that I'm surprised any of it still looks kind of high def. at all.
If I get a chance this weekend, I'll take a few measures with PC Standard. The new ControlCal profile does make it possible to find a better balance between all of the settings.