Originally Posted by N3W813
P.S. Latest version of ControlCal, build 28, does not work on Windows 8. Build 24 works fine.
Actually, it's do to .Net4.5, even on Windows 7.. of course, you have no choice with Windows 8, 4.5 is installed...
Anyways, I have that resolved, I just released a new ControlCAL G/VT30 Edition v2 build with that resolved (and new features).. a few are testing that then I will a general release..
The next ControlCAL Elite X5 Edition v2 build is pretty much ready to go (.Net4.5/Windows 8 issue fixed, new features
), but I am rethinking the behavior in one area which brings me to something else you posted...
To calibrate ISF modes with Local Dimming 'On'.....
1. Select one of the ISF modes and make sure Local Dimming is on
2. Take readings
3. Connect via ControlCal or Calman (I prefer ControlCal, it's easier to use)
4. Make changes based on readings
5. Save settings to TV
6. Exit calibration mode
7. Make sure you are in viewing mode with LD On
8. Take readings again
Wash, rinse, and repeat. smile.gif
With ControlCAL, this is very fast and easy, in fact you can go in/out of ISFccc to check that..
btw, you can have Local Dimming on for ISFccc (it's in the regular menu, use your owner's remote).. Sharp automatically disables Local Dimming while calibrating in ISFccc, once you exit, it will be back on.. So, you can exit C3 in ControlCAL, take your readings outside ISFccc calibration, Enter C3, make adjustments etc.. repeat if necessary. Anyways, Local Dimming can be enabled while watching a ISFccc memory, just not during calibration/adjustment (with C3)..
I have requested to Sharp for an option for me to Enable/Disable Local Dimming while in C3..
Some have asked for me to disconnect from the display when you do a End C3 in ControlCAL, but I know some Calibrators like to go in/out quickly. I need to put a little more thought into this.Edited by turbe - 9/21/12 at 2:45pm