Ok, I am new using this editor for posting here so I will give it a shot. Let me know if there are any issues with the posts...
This should be the Color Gamut (I think that is the right name)
PRE-CAL COLOR GAMUT1.jpg 74k .jpg file
This should be the GrayScale
PRE-CAL GRAYSCALE1.jpg 91k .jpg file
I think I have set Black and White according to page 41 of the ChromaPure manual. I am using the AVSHD files available from here. One question on setting white (contrast). In order to check the "Light Output Target" I displayed a 100% white screen went into the Raw Data module and selected continuous measurement. I adjusted my contrast until the Y value was very close to 120 (I was assuming this measurement was the 120 cd/m2 that I was targetting). Is that right? I also then went to a checkerboard pattern of black and white and put the meter on a white square just to check to see if white was still as bright, it wasn't the exact same number but it was very close.
I checked that with this contrast setting the "just below white" bars were visible. Seemed fine.
The third check was that the color of white is neutral. This is where I have stalled and could use some help. I am assuming that getting in and adjusting White Balance (which I can do on my TV) as per page 44 will probably also mess with the color gamut? But that is just a newbie assumption. Any guidance would be appreciated.
The real question I have is about Step 6 on page 44 (ADjust your display's white balance controls". As I understand it different panels use different names for this "feature". I think I have two options (not sure if they are additive or mutually exclusive). I can modify Gain/Offset or use 10p White Balance. First, which one should I use? Second, HOW do I use them? I can see from my GrayScale at 80% that Red needs to come up and Blue needs to drop but I don't know what adjustments to make to do that and I don't really want to flail around blind!
HEdited by henryoh - 1/11/13 at 7:52am