Originally Posted by djn2004
So I had a chance to mess around with Calman and I used the autocal feature. I really don't know if my results are good.
Could some of the experts chime in and let me know if these look good?
I should mention. These are for the ISF Day setting. I used gamma 2.4 and mid panel brightness. My brightness is set to 57 and contrast is 100% I have about 47 fL output.
Yes they look ok, considering you have your brightness set a little to high and your contrast set way to high.
You are probably seeing a lot of clipping and a bit of a washed out picture.
Actually considering your settings, I am surprised to see those charts and numbers look that good using autocal.
imo, if you are going for a high FL output you are degrading your PQ of the VT50.
I would suggest you download AVS HD and look at the test patterns, look at the flashing bars is there any color or tint (like red or green) other than gray in any of the flashing bars.
Added. You may want to check out the first link in my sig and compare the raw numbers (x,y and gamma) to the raw numbers (x,y and gamma) in your calibration. This will give you a pretty good Idea what the numbers should look like, also in Calman there should be target numbers that correspond to your actual numbers, look at that.Edited by sillysally - 5/8/13 at 8:41pm