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Poll Results: What format would you prefer for the HTPC?

 
  • 33% (19)
    .mp4
  • 66% (38)
    .mkv
  • 0% (0)
    others (please detail in thread)
57 Total Votes  
post #481 of 631
Thread Starter 
It has all required patterns, but the sequence is not optimised for calman yet

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post #482 of 631
Forgot to reply to your earlier question - yes, I would remove the 1% window set, there is no need for this pattern.
post #483 of 631
hi!
whould it be difficult to include saturation sweeps in jpg format? (calmans own dpg pattern generators uses jpg on their patterns and sweep patterns is missing on older units).(otherwise i have to change colorspace when using video based patterns( RGB Low)...and switch back to still mode/picture colorspace RGB High)...otherwise it will be wrong..)
cheers/Harry
post #484 of 631
Thread Starter 
I am considering uploading them, but the last thing I want is them spread all over the internet while developing the disk.

Hope you understand smile.gif
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post #485 of 631
In it's current beta version , can GCD be used with Chromapure pattern sequence wise?
post #486 of 631
Thread Starter 
More or less you will have to skip a few patterns, but it's only a few. It's more with calman you will have to navigate a bit more

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post #487 of 631
Id like to use the 10% grayscale patterns from this disc to calibrate my newer panasonic plasma. In my reading it seems 10% is a pretty reliable size for that application, and Im glad you guys have spent the time on these patterns.

Im going to use my new Oppo 103 blu-ray player as the generator, so can I just burn the AVCHD pattern on a DVD-R and go to town, or does it need to be the blu-ray version on a BD-R?

Thanks.
post #488 of 631
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gadgtfreek View Post

Id like to use the 10% grayscale patterns from this disc to calibrate my newer panasonic plasma. In my reading it seems 10% is a pretty reliable size for that application, and Im glad you guys have spent the time on these patterns.

Im going to use my new Oppo 103 blu-ray player as the generator, so can I just burn the AVCHD pattern on a DVD-R and go to town, or does it need to be the blu-ray version on a BD-R?

Thanks.

Hi
Just burn to a DVD.

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post #489 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by fredman2005 View Post

First I want to thank you for your great job.
Unfortunately the Blu Ray version b4.3.13. doesn´t work. I burnt it, but on two different players playback failed.


Any news about my problem? Has anyone else burned and used successfully the Blu-Ray version?
post #490 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by fredman2005 View Post

Any news about my problem? Has anyone else burned and used successfully the Blu-Ray version?


I also had problem with the Blu-Ray version.

When I investigated the directory structure on the disc I found that the STREAM directory was empty, but all files were actually on the disc. If I remember correctly the BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders are repeated in the BDMV folder. Solution is to use only these two sub folders and recreate the disc.

(Maybe it is easier to understand what is wrong if you compare folder structure with previous version of the GCD disc)


How to build a new disc or ISO file with ImgBurn

Use “Ez-Mode Picker” and select “Write files/folders to disc” or “Create image file from files/folders” if you want an ISO file.

Drag the correct BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders into the larger window below Source.

Select Mode1/2048, UDF 2.50 under “Options” and label UDF: GCDb4_3_13 under “Labels”

Start the Build process
post #491 of 631
Thanks, I will try it tomorrow. I think Imgburn is a windows program, so I will look wether it is install on my Win PC.
post #492 of 631
Visca Blaugrana,

Unless I have done so already, just wanted to make sure to thank you for all of your hard work.

Vincentfam
post #493 of 631
Thread Starter 
as you have noticed there was an issue with the folder structure on the bluray version, this is now fixed.
post #494 of 631
How is the progress coming with the Chromapure version?
post #495 of 631
Thread Starter 
The disk as it is works very well with chromapure, you are only required to skip a few patterns however to answer your question smile.gif I would say around a month, but no guarantees, I should have an alpha release ready tomorrow but this is only for calman, focus was put on calman due to the very different pattern sequence.

The actual patterns is the same, so the result will be accurate with the current disk.

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post #496 of 631
Thanks vista blaugrana. The BR works now very fine. Thanks again for your good work.
post #497 of 631
Thread Starter 
I have complied a list of what I belive will be the filal pattern list.
GCDb5_0_0.xlsx 16k .xlsx file

a filnal release with all patterns are not likly to be within the next month or so

any thing I have missed?
post #498 of 631
Thread Starter 
in the first post is there an alpha release of the new disk, this only contain basic patterns and patterns equence for CALMAN, for hcfr and chromapure useb4.3.13
post #499 of 631
To calibrate color using this disc and HCFR with a iD2 colorimeter on a 2011 Panny GT30,do I use 75% amp.100% saturation color pattern?

Or do I use 75% saturation 100%amp color patterns....

I plan on doing a calibration with avs709 sm apl greyscale patterns and sm color 75% apl color,but I was going to do another one as well with this GCD disc to see which results i like best,but I was just curious on which color patterns I would need on my panny since It only has a Two point adjustments.

Thanks.
post #500 of 631
I have a question, do al versions give the same image on screen? I assume that is the case, but then why the seperate BD version? I mean, a BD burnable is expensive, and don't all BD players play AVCHD?
post #501 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wouter73 View Post

I mean, a BD burnable is expensive, and don't all BD players play AVCHD?

there have been issues reported on some BR models
post #502 of 631
I get following error warnings when I try to unzip the mp4 files.
What should I do?
Capture1.PNG 52k .PNG file
Capture2.PNG 46k .PNG file
My system: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
post #503 of 631
Thread Starter 
Try to redownload or try to use winrar from here
post #504 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post

Try to redownload or try to use winrar from here
hello visca,
winrar worked. Thanks. Any reason the standard windows7 extract all function does not work for this zip file?
post #505 of 631
Any ETA for HTPC (mp4/mkv) version frown.gif
post #506 of 631
Both have been available in 1st post for a few weeks now. smile.gif
post #507 of 631
Lol, idk why did I miss that... Thanks zoyd
post #508 of 631
Is the final GCD disk almost done?
post #509 of 631
Thread Starter 
smile.gif I knew this question would come soon.

the project have been put tempary on hold due to a very heavy workload.

However it will be done! just done want to put an ETA on it smile.gif

meanwhile if you have any requests please let me know..
post #510 of 631
Using HCFR and GCD which is the most sure fire way to set my color on my Panny GT30 since it only has color and tint control?

I got the white balance/grayscale nice and linear using the 10% pattern on a calibration i did last night,but iam still confused on which color patterns to use using HCFR.

100/100 amp/sat or 75/100 amp/sat....they give me a different reading maybe a point off one way or the other.I just want to use the pattern that many use that works well with HCFR....Thanks.
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