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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 #61 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post

Just did some my self and as far as I can see the Magenta 50/50 is ok (Beta 3.0) see attached this is on a Samsung LCD

I am planing on adding the following

100 Saturation - Luminance Sweep (R100%,R75%,R50%,R25% etc....)
75 Saturation - Luminance Sweep (R100%,R75%,R50%,R25% etc....)
50 Saturation - Luminance Sweep (R100%,R75%,R50%,R25% etc....)

Any other patterns needed?

when all pattern is correct and done, I will start working on the 1% APL version

I agree, the 50/50 magenta pattern is ok. I checked the new patterns against AVSHD and all are very close in xy and Y, nice job. I think the labeling of the new ones should be changed to something like:

100% luminance - 100% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep


As far as additional patterns, now that I know my display has a kink at 50/50 magenta I'd like to have the Primaries/Secondaries at that location. So maybe add 50L/50S, 75L/50S, 100L/50S

Here are the target xyY for anyone wanting to calibrate to the 75% locations.

100% Luminance, 75% Saturation
Targets x y Y [%]
R 0.557 0.330 21.5
G 0.303 0.533 71.8
B 0.191 0.127 7.2
Y 0.393 0.462 92.1
C 0.247 0.329 79.7
M 0.319 0.197 28.1

75% Luminance, 75% Saturation
Targets x y Y [%]
R 0.558 0.330 11.3
G 0.303 0.531 37.3
B 0.191 0.128 3.9
Y 0.394 0.463 49.4
C 0.247 0.329 41.4
M 0.319 0.200 15.2
post #62 of 631
Thread Starter 
Good to hear you agree that 50/50 is good - unfortunately not so good for your TV

is the sequence as it is good for HCFR? Is the white needed at the end (for 50, 75 &100% luminance - Saturation Sweep)?

I will be adding a white in front of the 50, 75 &100% luminance - Saturation Sweep, as this is needed for ChromaPure

also I will add the requested sweeps
post #63 of 631
Very thanks for your great works !!!
post #64 of 631
Thread Starter 
I have compiled a quick list of chapters:

50% luminance - Saturation Sweep 000000
75% luminance - Saturation Sweep 000001
100% luminance - Saturation Sweep 000002
100% luminance - 100% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep 000003
100% luminance - 75% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep 000004
100% luminance - 50% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep
75% luminance - 100% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep 000005
75% luminance - 75% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep 000006
75% luminance - 50% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep
50% luminance - 100% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep
50% luminance - 75% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep
50% luminance - 50% Saturation: Primaries/Secondaries Sweep
25% Saturation - luminance Sweep
50% Saturation - luminance Sweep
75% Saturation - luminance Sweep
100% Saturation - luminance Sweep


any comments? (please ignore the numbers at the end that is purely for encoding purposes)
post #65 of 631
No comments!
Very very thanks for your great works !!!
I can not wait!
post #66 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post

Good to hear you agree that 50/50 is good - unfortunately not so good for your TV

is the sequence as it is good for HCFR? Is the white needed at the end (for 50, 75 &100% luminance - Saturation Sweep)?
I will be adding a white in front of the 50, 75 &100% luminance - Saturation Sweep, as this is needed for ChromaPure

also I will add the requested sweeps


sequences are good for HCFR, you drop the final white and add to the front and HCFR users will just skip the first pattern. Chapter layout looks good.
post #67 of 631
Where 25% luminance - Saturation Sweep?
100% luminance - 25% Saturation?
75% luminance - 25% Saturation?
50% luminance - 25% Saturation?
post #68 of 631
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by anta1974 View Post

Where 25% luminance - Saturation Sweep?
100% luminance - 25% Saturation?
75% luminance - 25% Saturation?
50% luminance - 25% Saturation?

not sure a 25% Luminance sweep is necessary (Very Hard to measure accurately - especially at 50&25% saturation). However if you would like it on I will add them
post #69 of 631
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

sequences are good for HCFR, you drop the final white and add to the front and HCFR users will just skip the first pattern. Chapter layout looks good.

good stuff

I will start encoding over the weekend
post #70 of 631
I would very much like.
Then they had the full picture of the internal color space.

Once because it will be possible to buy himself JETI-1211 or Basic Discuss or Hubble.
post #71 of 631
Yes!
post #72 of 631
Thread Starter 
Attached is the latest beta version of what I think I will call Gamut Calibration Disk "GCD"

I have also included 2 skin pattern that I use to set the "Flesh Tone" control on my TV.

as usual please comment on anything

http://gupl.dk/678565/
post #73 of 631
The link isn't working with Chrome.
post #74 of 631
Thread Starter 
Ok, I will find another host to upload to
post #75 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post

Ok, I will find another host to upload to

I'll host it if you like.
post #76 of 631
Thread Starter 
Tom,

Yes please that would be great
post #77 of 631
Where 25% luminance pattern?
Sorry just noticed
All is
post #78 of 631
Thread Starter 
You can find the 25% luminance and 25% saturation patterns under the luminance and saturation sweeps, I have not added them as primary/secondary sweeps, as this could encourage you to use them to calibrate to.

To measure how the display preform with 25% luminance use the 25% luminance sweep you will find 25% luminance for all saturation levels
post #79 of 631
Thank you very match!!!
post #80 of 631
Thread Starter 
I have updated the first post with latest link and a better description.

if any comments please let me know.

Tom,

It might be worth letting a bit more testing go by, so I dont have to bother you with uploading a new file all the time, however it would be much appreciated if you would host it for me when tested a bit more

Regards

Visca
post #81 of 631
Thread Starter 
There is a fault on the 50% white' I am encoding some new videos and will upload a new beta when done, meanwhile is there any other comments?
post #82 of 631
No
post #83 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post
There is a fault on the 50% white' I am encoding some new videos and will upload a new beta when done, meanwhile is there any other comments?
I'll do some in-depth testing with the corrected version.

I haven't gotten a tutorial written yet but here are the target values for the patterns calculated for display gamma of 2.22, 2.3, and 2.4

 

GCD_targets.xlsx.zip 72.9775390625k . file
post #84 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

I'll do some in-depth testing with the corrected version.

I haven't gotten a tutorial written yet but here are the target values for the patterns calculated for display gamma of 2.22, 2.3, and 2.4

thanks zoyd and visca for this great work
post #85 of 631
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

I'll do some in-depth testing with the corrected version.

I haven't gotten a tutorial written yet but here are the target values for the patterns calculated for display gamma of 2.22, 2.3, and 2.4


First Post updated with latest beta.

I have also attached the spreadsheet great work
post #86 of 631
i gotta give a quick shot out to the people that helped contribute to this....well done!

all this needs is a 10pt and 21pt grayscale in the next version and i would probably use this over the AVS disc.

again GREAT JOB!!
post #87 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

yes, the sequence starts with 0% saturation, it's white but at the same luminance as the color that is being swept. Do you want me to post the codes for that case?

I am racking my brain trying to figure out what this is for. The only data we need is
  • level of luminance
  • chromaticity coordinate
  • calculated dE
The correct level of luminance is determined by a % of reference white, which is a known value for all colors. This is what changes, not the luminance of the white reference. The chromaticity coordinates for these various examples of 0% white white are all the same. Finally, for dE calculations these 0% patterns aren't used at all.

So, just what are these for?
post #88 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by TomHuffman View Post


So, just what are these for?

Just to make HCFR happy since it calls for this pattern in the sequence and then plots that point in three different graphs. I think it would be too confusing to users to drop it even though it contains no additional information.
post #89 of 631
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1forsnow View Post

i gotta give a quick shot out to the people that helped contribute to this....well done!

all this needs is a 10pt and 21pt grayscale in the next version and i would probably use this over the AVS disc.

again GREAT JOB!!

I think to make it a complete disk, brightness, contrast & sharpness patterns would also be required, I don't really see this as an replacement to the avs-disk, more like a supplement
post #90 of 631
Quote:
Originally Posted by visca blaugrana View Post

I think to make it a complete disk, brightness, contrast & sharpness patterns would also be required, I don't really see this as an replacement to the avs-disk, more like a supplement


good point! What i do like about yours is that your patterns seem to be about 10% window size. this is perfect for plasma. The AVS disc patterns are larger and I dont prefer them for plasma. This is just my opinion though.....
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