Originally Posted by AtDaBeach
Well, while Im on a hunt. Can anyone confirm whether the GetGray disc Window Patterns are smaller, the same size, or larger than windows on the AVS709 disc?
If you scroll down to the "Downloads" section of www.calibrate.tv
, you can examine the patterns in the "Patterns and menu'" link. There are both 100% (full field) and 75% windows patterns (in the "Color Patterns" menu section). Examples of both are shown.
NOTE: The color patterns are rendered to the SD DVD standards (Rec. 601). They will be shown correctly (color accuracy) from a BD player, only if the player correctly translates Rec. 601 to the Blu-Ray Rec. 709 color standards (see below).
The Instructions are also freely down-loadable, as "GetGrayCalDiscReadme.zip" (I wrote them, with editorial help from Scott).
Originally Posted by GetGray
You can see the patterns on the GetGray DVD at www.calibrate.tv
Hi Scott, I'm glad to see that this thread still has legs. I'm still using your CalDisc for grayscale calibration. I haven't found any other calibration SW that is easier, or more accurate.
BTW, for others reading this thread, the grayscale calibration settings (and standards) are the same for both standard definition DVDs and Blu-Ray discs. Only the color standards have changed (Rec. 601 for DVDs and Rec. 709 for BDs)