Originally Posted by TomHuffman
The "actual" ones? I don't know what you mean.
Ok, I may have this wrong in my head technically as its not my field of expertise. But you dont learn anything by not asking questions so...
From the previous posts I understood the 125 point gamut autocal assumes that the gamma conforms to one of the presets available in the gamma autocal. So I assume bases its targets for the gamut autocal by knowing what peak white and black measure so knows what each point between should
measure for luminance ? So, say I'm targeting 2.2 gamma but I have a number of points on greyscale that don't hit 2.2 (something that often happens without me tweaking post gamma autocal). Wouldn't that throw the gamut calculations off as my gamma results aren't spot on 2.2?
Assuming the above is correct (and I mostly expect it not to be
) wouldn't the autocal gamut calibrations be more accurate if the actual gamma results were used for gamut instead of the expected ones
As i said I probably have this all wrong but would like to further my understanding if this is the caseEdited by sniffer66 - 10/29/12 at 12:08pm