I've been fiddling with the settings on my projector a bit and I think I've screwed it up more than I've improved it.
I've found some settings earlier in this thread that I'll play around with, but I was hoping for a little clarification on exactly what they do, instead of sitting there fiddling with them to see what happens.
First under colour temp there are offset and gain settings for each R, G and B. What's the difference between offset and gain?
Then under PCS, there's the "3D Colour Management". Each colour has adjustments for hue and colour. Again I'm a little confused as to how exactly these affect the display.
If I know what impact these have on the colour then it might be easier to figure this out.
Also, the "Cust1" and "Cust2" buttons on the remote - do they only load the colour temp settings saved to "Memory 1" and "Memory 2" or do they load all the PCS colour settings too?
What I'm trying to do is strike a balance between getting the vibrant, vivid colours for animated movies, and the more natural "film like" colours for more cinematic films.
If the Cust1 and Cust2 buttons load all settings and not just colour temp settings, then perhaps I can create two settings in the projector - one for animated and other for film?
Or am I going about this all wrong?
Next time I'll just resist the urge to fiddle