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I am currently trying to adjust the 10 point on the samsung and every time I adjust one point the others change and I am sick and tired of going through the 10 point test every time an adjustment is made... Is there any other easier way to do this or am I doing something wrong. I am using the HCFR program and my eyeone display 2 unit.

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Can you take a continuous measurement on 1 Ire while make an adjustment in 10 point?
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Can you take a continuous measurement on 1 Ire while make an adjustment in 10 point?

Sure, except it's %, not IRE. For instance, measure 70%, adjust with 60% control, measure 60%, adjust with 50% control, etc. Simple, and in the case of Samsungs, sometimes required to finally get it right.

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You need to keep contrast set high... In the mid 90's is best. Lower causes the 10 pt to mistrack and have excessive interaction.

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Sure, except it's %, not IRE. For instance, measure 70%, adjust with 60% control, measure 60%, adjust with 50% control, etc. Simple, and in the case of Samsungs, sometimes required to finally get it right.

I've tried that in continuous measure... example Measure 20% adjust with 10 but I see no change in RGB adjustments ....
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You need to keep contrast set high... In the mid 90's is best. Lower causes the 10 pt to mistrack and have excessive interaction.

I have it set to 95... That should be good enough I assume..
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I have it set to 95... That should be good enough I assume..

Yes, that's good. So for instance, you're taking continuous measurements at a given level, say 20%, and you're adjusting the R, G, B at interval 2 in the 10 pt adjustment and see no change?
That is strange.

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I've tried that in continuous measure... example Measure 20% adjust with 10 but I see no change in RGB adjustments ....

Does adjusting 20% affect 10 & 30? If so, compromise. You'll never get a display perfect.

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For the new Samsungs at relatively low peak output (below about 30 ftL,) the 10 point tracking is off. Adjusting one range usually will effect the next higher range. This is easy to see by displaying a 21 point grayscale step pattern while moving a color setting in a 10 point adjustment range all the way to maximum and observing where the change occurs on the grayscale. Knowing where the change will happen significantly reduces the number of iterations to complete the task.

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You need to keep contrast set high... In the mid 90's is best. Lower causes the 10 pt to mistrack and have excessive interaction.

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Here are some pics... I think this is the best I will get it for now, unless you think I need more tweaking, just say so...
Thank u guy's for all your help...
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