Originally Posted by JimP
How are you going about matching (or for that matter, even adjusting) the lum levels?
I guess you are talking about the Lum levels for CMS,
1. I do a gray scale calibration.
2. Do a primary (R,G,B) working the RGB (+-) using the saturation control for the RGB, to bring the primary's around 3%. Most of the time I spend is doing this step to bring the Lum levels under control.
2. Go back into gray scale and touch-up.
3. Go back to CMS and set the secondary's (C,M,Y) using hue control, bring them down below 2 1/2% and also match all the levels. However you may have to use the saturation control for magenta. Then work the primary's and secondary's as close as I can to there respected positions, match all levels and tweak primary's, lowering error levels.
4. Go back and tweak the gray scale.
Its a good Idea to keep checking your 75% white level also.
I use delta 76, but using delta 94 is fine also and probably show even better charts.
ssEdited by sillysally - 7/16/12 at 12:06am