Tom are you talking about AVIA PRO's? There is a checkerboard display version of it that it is designed to be viewed on a PbPr component difference (or maybe was NTSC IQ?) vectorscope as grid. But knowing the target display is SMPTE-C and the DVD coding is REC601 you could do the matrix math to derive the xy from the geometry math for a regular stepped grid on a vectorscope (yes had they documented it would have been useful - one of these days I will write a MatLab program to figure the numbers out - Maybe Bill has some free time to R&D a CalMan gamut tester synced to AVIA PRO!). You are on the sequential version you step thru with window fields for making measures. But you can visually use the checkerboard version just to see what colors the adjustments impact. If you can't find it I will look up the menu path.
Certainly DisplayMate full gamut pattern http://www.displaymate.com/dwsct.html
or any softwares full color CIE chart http://www.colorvision.com/images/Co...rumentCIE2.jpg
is easier to see the results of color editing than making tedious measures. These smaller snaps may be hard to see - but those with these software should try it with the charts full screen.
Does editing red shift ALL colors with the red component - or like the Sanyo does it only shift a very narrow range of Red?. The Sanyo also has only enough framegrabber slots to get primaries, secondaries, and maybe a couple flesh tones. But look at the full color gamuts and you still see slivers of uncorrected colors.
I only see seven colors (RGBCMYW) on that CIE chart - and you have only x,y and thus missing Y data - which means it is very possible you compromised color brightness trying to get color gamut correct. But unless you look at a full color pattern - you cannot even prove that you fixed the gamut - you may have just fixed seven colors in it. The point is that while a CRS can remap any very limited set of colors - with a CMS you are editing the very locations of the RGB primaries the display produces to warp ALL of the colors - and some even further warp the secondaries.
Obviously it becomes crazy to measure orange, crimson, brick red, flesh tones, etc - so I am just saying just look at charts that have the full range of colors and play with the controls.