Great!!! Finally black didn't rise
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dispwin -v -c
dispcal -v -dmadvr -yn -X ccflfamily_07Feb11.ccss -qh -w0.3127,0.329 -G2.4 -f0 -k0 -A4.0 "30nov"
targen -v -d3 -e4 -B4 -s33 -g97 -m9 -b9 -f0 -N1.0 -V1.6 -p1.0 "30nov"
dispread -v -dmadvr -yn -Xccflfamily_07Feb11.ccss -k30nov.cal "30nov"
colprof -v -qh -bl -aX -V1.6 "30nov"
collink -v -3m -qh -et -Et -G -IB:2.4 -iaw -a30nov.cal Rec709.icm 30nov.icm 30novlut.icm
Awesome results, accuracy seems the same with the exception that now black hasn't risen. But also very important, I noticed that all kind of minor artifacts in shadow areas are completely disappeared. Now the image is true reference. I posted previoulsy tests that had big artifacts, but even in the LUTs that were good and free of major issues, there was always some minimal quantization that appeared because of strange shadow hues. Well now with the new executables, image is free of any minimal problem. Thanks Graeme!!!
I will update the thread in an italian forum where I'm strongly pushing this solution, unknown by anyone, and now that these minor issues have been solved, I can easily say that this is a killer combination that can change a consumer grade display in almost a broadcast one with the plus of BT1886 processing. Ok well......anyway a LCD display won't become a Sony Trimaster Oled.@Graeme
I know your opinion and Zoyd's one, but please think again whether it's possible to offer in collink the option for a transfer curve with power law and black point compensation
. Don't get me wrong, with my Planar vpr (3.000:1 contrast ratio) I prefer BT1886, and with display with even higher dynamic range, in my opinion BT 1886 wins hands down. But for typical IPS lcd display with 1.000:1 of contrast, BT1886 may be questionable.... yes, it's rigorous about the correct shadow proportion, but with this low contrast parameter, BT 1886 pushes too high the shadows and the image sometines may look too flat.Anyway again...thanks to you, madshi, Zoyd and all the other who has contributed to this great CMS solution.