Originally Posted by buzzard767
I am sorry but you didn't say anything, you evidently have no proof to back up your statement.
The CMS and the Color Management System are one in the same so I don't have a clue what you're asking.
Of-course thats what CMS stands for, Color Management System. So I don't even know why you would make a note of this in your reply. If you reread the post I was replying to (473) I think you would understand what I was saying.
Overlook? I said that with a full CMS, adjustment of Color is not normally required because the CMS does a much more precise job, color by color.
I know you didn't overlook it, I was being a bit sarcastic. In the post #473 that I was replying to you said nothing about "much more precise job, color by color."
I don't post settings because they I don't post settings because they don't translate well from one display to another. The only reason I'm posting at all on this forum is because I own a 65VT50 personally and can help with the basics. The only reason I'm posting at all on this forum is because I own a 65VT50 personally and can help with the basics.
Ahh the old "translate well from one display to another" excuse, sorry but that doesn't fly. D-Nice for years posted his settings for the Kuro's that I have used, and yes they do translate fairly well with the majority of same model displays (or so say a lot of folks that have use his settings). Matter of fact I actually saw a "THX Certified Video Calibrator" use D-Nice's settings for a Kuro, I called him on it and he was man enough to admit it.
"The only reason I'm posting at all on this forum" Well I am glad you pointed this out, some folks may of taken the fact that in your sig you are a "THX Certified Video Calibrator" for alliterative reasons..
Pages one and two of the C vs D report are nothing BUT grayscale.
This is the only statement of yours you are correct and to the point about. I only looked at the D settings PDF report.
Actually, there is no possible way to know until measurements are taken and comparisons have been made.
Ok, so what you are saying is that you have never calibrated a Kuro before. imo If you had then you would have a idea how it does compare.
Just for the record, the Color control adjusts Chroma Gain which is far and away much more associated with Luminance than Saturation.
Ahh, and I thought the Luminance Fix from Panasonic for settings in CMS/Color Management System was there for a reason. So I guess from what you are saying, having point by point Luminance controls are of no value, because "Color control adjusts Chroma Gain which is far and away much more associated with Luminance"
Please show your settings and reports for your VT50. This would be most helpful for us DIY folks, and maybe give us some ideas on how to do a better calibration. I think most folks are willing to take the chance that your settings do or do not 'translate well" or fairly well. imo this would be a lot more helpful than you keep posting about using a 75% window.
At least in the case of topper, he is trying and posting what he thinks may work. Even though his setting are not calibrated by conventional means.