Originally Posted by Varus
I haven't died yet, just got done changing it around so that my TV is calibrated without CCA tweaks to correct Y, just using the results from measuring the test screens. As a result, Blue Y is too low but I'm able to increase the contrast more than before without distortion. Also I'll be posting some Cinema CCA tweaks for all color temps so that if you like a cooler temp you can use that and still have it be an accurate white point (for that temp) I'm not providing separate desaturation settings for each color temp though because it would probably drive me insane so they may be off by a bit. BTW, Lee, how did you fix yellow on your newest settings? Any trick or did you just continually tweak until it somehow got there?
It helped to put OVERLAP back at 15%. Plus, I've found that when you desaturate RED(since it is too high), it will push yellow around. I also upgraded to an i1pro spectro.
Here's the Gamut with the Data grids for DeltaEGamut and Data
The fields you are looking for are labeled:
dE 94 - Overall dE error
dL 94 - Luminance/lightness
dC 94 - Saturation error
dH 94 - Hue/Phase Error
Of course, the closer to zero the better.
As you can see, all the other colors look good in DE with the exception of RED. This is why I don't recommend trying to match up the decoder with filters. All you're doing is increasing the Y of the other colors, and also pushing RED Y even further away. These settings do seem to give a much richer looking color to the picture, with quite a lot of depth(with brightness at 44).
So, what have you found about taking the RED Y down without dragging the COLOR control down?