The 632 does not have selectable Color Gamut in any mode (as the 732 does) so this does not apply.
Originally Posted by mjodotcom
My experience with Game mode on the 732 and initially using Disney wow gave me very similar results. When getting my meter I tried for hours to get a decent cal out of game mode (problem was blue and red levels), but I just couldn't get there. Even when getting the main color slides in line, everything in between still looked off.I think this is mainly due to the fact that you cannot select the standard color gamut in that mode
(which Chad B found causes lots of problems as well). I know there are several advantages to game mode, but the color accuracy just cannot get into spec from my experience. I stuck with Movie mode and have a fantastic cal. Just FYI.
For those of you asking...
The settings from the 632 do not cross over to the 732, I have verified this with a different 732 owner (we compared calibrated settings).
Yes Movie mode can be more accurate than Game mode, the point of using a near accurate Game mode (
These 632 sets can get close but none of them are perfect (even the Elites), they do not have a properly implemented CMS (Y shifts as you adjust xy regardless of mode) and they have an issue with Red that cannot be 100% corrected. Calibration is a balancing act with most displays and even with good gear and a solid calibration from an experienced calibrator many displays do not come out perfect (few sets are capable of this). There can be trade-offs that have to be made here and there and only an experienced calibrator will know when to trade this for that.
For those using varying settings found here at AVS or elsewhere please realize the odds of those settings getting your
set 100% accurate are very slim, all you can hope for is something better than what the factory presets and a Cal disc gives you (hope to be more in the 6500k/D65 ballpark).
Bottom line is some will find someone else's settings look great while others will not but unless you are measuring those other settings with proper cal gear on your
set you'll never know just how accurate they are on your
display. If you copy settings that look great to you then simply enjoy them or take the task into your own hands with a cal disc or beyond as mjodotcom has done (you'll learn something new and many even end up enjoying it).