Originally Posted by sjschaff
I've just completed a series of autocals as well and was wondering if you found afterword any need to change brightness or contrast?
Made the mistake in the past of going back in after calibrating, and re-tweaked the Contrast, Brightness and Colour - not a good idea. Now throws off the calibration.
I originally was doing Colour. After calibration, Colour showed that it need to go down. Re did my calibration. Checked Colour again, and it wanted to go down again.
After Colour was down to 30, I started thinking this wasn't right. So Contrast, Brightness and Colour first, then calibration, then leave the settings alone!
Also, before doing the Contrast, Brightness and Colour, your values should be Zeroed out first for 2 and 10 Point, and CMS.
I leave my Darbee ON for my Calibrations.