I reference using the Avengers right at the 32 minute marker...there's red hair...blue jeans...red shirt....lots of brown a little later as well as tan shoes on Banner all while they are in the sun.
Also used Prometheus right up until the title is shown there are red cells dividing and the red hues are a good marker....the aliens face on the mountain as well is a blueish hue good sharpness makes u feel like a dermotologist as your watching.
I really liked your settings. I saved it to ISF night. Does that mean that unless unless I run ISF night profile it will not use those rgbycmw settings?
I had my own concoction which I liked to run under whisper mode becuz I found that normal for my eyes anyway was always a bit too bright.
Anyway I know for certain the color temp changes should work via any profile...I switched between the two...yours(isf night) and my previous. And they are somewhat alike except mine does not let things hide in black as well.
The main difference tho is that I am now running Normal lamp and I dont find it as offensive as before.
These are my saved profiles settings which have def been enhanced with something from your settings....even if it is not running the saved isf night rgbycmw profile settings altho id like to think that it is:
picture tab basic:
picture adv tab:
Black 0 ire
Clarity -> detail enh +3 , chroma and luma +1
color management......all colors range 0 all colors Saturation +51
dyn blk on
It is very similar to your settings,... colors run a slight nudge hot...but in IRE 0 the blacks are just black enough to define black but the shadows dont just hide things in darkness so easily.
Even more impressed than before so im certain in the minimum your ctemp nudges have helped...and id like to know if your CCA settings are still contributing here.....this is a real sweet spot...i can watch both these flics all over again.
Give it a try if you get a chance...I realize the color setting may seem high but it renders beautifully. Thanks again im able to run Normal lamp much more agreeable than before.
Edited by FeliCumbe - 9/23/12 at 4:48pm