Originally Posted by Dominic Chan
Yes, looks good. What changes did you make from the "previous final"?
Nothing major. I did some work on the grayscale to tighten it up a little and then with the CMS it was just a case of some minor alterations.
To be honest it was something you said that made me thing about it differently. You mentioned adjusting the green hue clockwise and that was the first time I really thought about calibrating in a more visual way, using the CIE diagram to pull everything into position rather than get so hung up on the numbers.
Once everything was in the best place I could get it I tweaked the Ys to get everything locked into place. It seemed to work a charm
Never one to sit back and enjoy the fruits of my labour, I've thrown myself straight into getting the HDR mode as close to calibrated as I can. I'm not expecting miracles as this is a fairly budget TV however I figure it's at least worth a go to try and get the best out of it.
I do have a couple of initial questions before I get started if that's cool?
1. Under references I'm using the Rec2020/P3 profile is that correct for a basic HDR capable display?
2. I'm selecting SMPTE 2084 and ticking BT2390. Should I also select override targets and set my target MinL and target MaxL?
3. Is there anything else I should change under preferences?
4. After that is it just the same process as calibrating for REC709?