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I seriously doubt it, since AutoCal communicates to the display through the factory provided API which uses the specific levels set by the manufacturer.
I'm not following you. As far as I can see the communication is about making the exact same adjustments that a calibrator would make manually, except using DDC. The API would be about the DDC adjustments - in each of the 20 slots from 5% to 20%, say.

I accept that if I made a set of levels that included numbers outwith those values it wouldn't be able to adjust them. So if I asked for 44% it wouldn't be able to. But I'm saying that the LG 2018 autocal doesn't use those 20 slots, it's making a 1DLUT which has 1,024 points in it.

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I'm not following you. As far as I can see the communication is about making the exact same adjustments that a calibrator would make manually, except using DDC. The API would be about the DDC adjustments - in each of the 20 slots from 5% to 20%, say.

I accept that if I made a set of levels that included numbers outwith those values it wouldn't be able to adjust them. So if I asked for 44% it wouldn't be able to. But I'm saying that the LG 2018 autocal doesn't use those 20 slots, it's making a 1DLUT which has 1,024 points in it.
But it does. It uses those 20 points for measurements, and interpolates the rest of the 1,024 points from them.

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I'm not following you. As far as I can see the communication is about making the exact same adjustments that a calibrator would make manually, except using DDC. The API would be about the DDC adjustments - in each of the 20 slots from 5% to 20%, say.

I accept that if I made a set of levels that included numbers outwith those values it wouldn't be able to adjust them. So if I asked for 44% it wouldn't be able to. But I'm saying that the LG 2018 autocal doesn't use those 20 slots, it's making a 1DLUT which has 1,024 points in it.
AFAIK AutoCal for a LUT stil depends on the predetermined points by the TV's hardware & software.

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What version of calman are you using?

I take it that the version of CM that you are using now has the correct workflow for DV.?



Tyler if you want send me the link for extended enthousiast. I'm still on version 5.10.0



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AFAIK AutoCal for a LUT stil depends on the predetermined points by the TV's hardware & software.


No, this is incorrect. We have access to all 1024 points. Through testing with LG, we picked out what the best distribution of measured points would be.

All other TVs have a fixed set of adjustment points CalMAN can control that line up with certain RGB values.
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Not yet, but we will be releasing a beta soon.
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Not yet, but we will be releasing a beta soon.
Isn't Calman Enthusiast discontinued? You can't buy it on the new spectraCal website.

Now that Portrait Displays has killed enthusiast. What are people doing for calibration software and meter?

I have a JVC RS3000 and there are no calibrators in my remote area. I am interested in calibrating it myself but now I am unsure what calibration software and meter are best for calibrating my JVC RS3000 projector. I don't really want to go over $2000 for meter and software.
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Isn't Calman Enthusiast discontinued? You can't buy it on the new spectraCal website.



Now that Portrait Displays has killed enthusiast. What are people doing for calibration software and meter?



I have a JVC RS3000 and there are no calibrators in my remote area. I am interested in calibrating it myself but now I am unsure what calibration software and meter are best for calibrating my JVC RS3000 projector. I don't really want to go over $2000 for meter and software.


We are still releasing updates until September 2020 for Enthusiast.

Any version of CalMAN Home supports SDR and HDR Manual calibration.

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Not yet, but we will be releasing a beta soon.


This will be open beta ?
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No, this is not incorrect. We have access to all 1024 points. Through testing with LG, we picked out what the best distribution of measured points would be.

All other TVs have a fixed set of adjustment points CalMAN can control that line up with certain RGB values.
Thanks for the clarification, Tyler. But the user cannot determine what these points are, correct?

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But it does. It uses those 20 points for measurements, and interpolates the rest of the 1,024 points from them.
Perhaps we are talking cross purposes, but it doesn't . The LG 2018 autocal definitely spends hours measuring, and adjusting, a very specific set of 26 or 42 points.

NOT 20.

I've spent long enough watching it do it to know! So I'm saying, please can I edit which 26 or 42 points are chosen.

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No, this is not incorrect. We have access to all 1024 points. Through testing with LG, we picked out what the best distribution of measured points would be.
"Not correct", or "incorrect"? If it's not incorrect then he's right!

Ok so you came to a "best" distribution with better testing than I could ever do. But in theory it does sound as if it would be perfectly possible to unlock the selection for the user then?
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We are still releasing updates until September 2020 for Enthusiast.

Any version of CalMAN Home supports SDR and HDR Manual calibration.
Thats good news, I guess but how do I buy a copy now? The website no longer offers Calman Home in the store and I don't have any local dealers.

I have a JVC RS3000 projector and all I see for home are minimized versions of Home for Sony, Home for Samsung, etc.
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Thats good news, I guess but how do I buy a copy now? The website no longer offers Calman Home in the store and I don't have any local dealers.

I have a JVC RS3000 projector and all I see for home are minimized versions of Home for Sony, Home for Samsung, etc.
Enthusiast is no longer on sale.

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No, this is not incorrect. We have access to all 1024 points. Through testing with LG, we picked out what the best distribution of measured points would be.

All other TVs have a fixed set of adjustment points CalMAN can control that line up with certain RGB values.
I believe CM has tested for the best overall GS points. The one thing I don't understand is why you/CM seem to not talk much about using 42 points.
Common sense tells me that when doing a HDR autocal you are basically doing a GS calibration with just 100% WRGB CMS. The 42 point GS has many more low light points, therefore giving a smother graduation out of black. imho the HDR autocal is doing what was suggested by many pro's 10 years ago, and it does still seem to work when using CM HDR autocal properly.
So is there a reason why 20 point is talked about but not 42 point?
Other than time it takes to do the 42 point, low light meter mis reads or panel drift.

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I believe CM has tested for the best overall GS points. The one thing I don't understand is why you/CM seem to not talk much about using 42 points.

Common sense tells me that when doing a HDR autocal you are basically doing a GS calibration with just 100% WRGB CMS. The 42 point GS has many more low light points, therefore giving a smother graduation out of black. imho the HDR autocal is doing what was suggested by many pro's 10 years ago, and it does still seem to work when using CM HDR autocal properly.

So is there a reason why 20 point is talked about but not 42 point?

Other than time it takes to do the 42 point, low light meter mis reads or panel drift.



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I have found you get better results with less points in HDR because of panel heat up. But the option is there for people that disagree. I just don’t think it’s necessary.

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Thats good news, I guess but how do I buy a copy now? The website no longer offers Calman Home in the store and I don't have any local dealers.



I have a JVC RS3000 projector and all I see for home are minimized versions of Home for Sony, Home for Samsung, etc.


Any of those versions support Manual calibration of HDR and SDR. So you can buy any of them. Maybe buy the one that you think you would use with a friends TV or something like a bedroom TV.

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Any of those versions support Manual calibration of HDR and SDR. So you can buy any of them. Maybe buy the one that you think you would use with a friends TV or something like a bedroom TV.
OK, thank you. So basically these are the same as the old Home Enthusiast but they have been specialized to support certain manufacturer's autocal type built in calibration software. But if I buy any of the versions, I could still use it to run manual calibrations on my projector with a supported meter.

Do you know if mobile forge pattern app will work with these versions and does mobile forge support HDR yet?
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OK, thank you. So basically these are the same as the old Home Enthusiast but they have been specialized to support certain manufacturer's autocal type built in calibration software. But if I buy any of the versions, I could still use it to run manual calibrations on my projector with a supported meter.

Do you know if mobile forge pattern app will work with these versions and does mobile forge support HDR yet?
These are more basic than Enthusiast.

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And MobileForge does not support HDR.

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The new CalMAN R2 Beta is now available if you signed up to be a beta tester. If you did, you will get an e-mail with the links and permissions to download it.

So far looks pretty cool and lots of fixes. 2019 Samsung support is now there.

If you didn't sign up for the Beta, i'm not sure how you get it so maybe e-mail PD Support. Your license will need to be active.
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So far looks pretty cool and lots of fixes. 2019 Samsung support is now there.

If you didn't sign up for the Beta, i'm not sure how you get it so maybe e-mail PD Support. Your license will need to be active.
I take it we can discuss beta behavior here as long as we also use the feedback form, or is posting beta stuff here verboten?

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If I was doing my own TV I would use DEITP for everything. It takes longer for the Autocal to complete but I think it is work the extra time.
If you do this in Home, are all the charts supposed to stay as DeltaE 2000, or are they supposed to automatically change to DEITP?
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So far looks pretty cool and lots of fixes. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG] 2019 Samsung support is now there.

If you didn't sign up for the Beta, i'm not sure how you get it so maybe e-mail PD Support. Your license will need to be active.
I take it we can discuss beta behavior here as long as we also use the feedback form, or is posting beta stuff here verboten?
All feedback should be sent to the support link or it will not be reviewed. I would think general discussion should be fine here as long as you don’t use this thread as a support reporting tool. There were a lot of changes

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If you do this in Home, are all the charts supposed to stay as DeltaE 2000, or are they supposed to automatically change to DEITP?
Charts will not automatically change. Maybe you can do it in the chart Properties? I can do so but I have Enthusiast with Design.

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Charts will not automatically change. Maybe you can do it in the chart Properties?
Yes, I can do it via Properties, but it's a bunch of charts, seems kinda lame to have to do it by hand. Plus, it looks like avg/max error reporting remains at DeltaE 2000 values, since they're outside the charts.
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Yes, I can do it via Properties, but it's a bunch of charts, seems kinda lame to have to do it by hand. Plus, it looks like avg/max error reporting remains at DeltaE 2000 values, since they're outside the charts.
Yeah, it's a pain, but you should be able to save the workflow. The avg/max is another story though.

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All feedback should be sent to the support link or it will not be reviewed. I would think general discussion should be fine here as long as you don’t use this thread as a support reporting tool. There were a lot of changes
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What is the recommended practice for setting Local Dimming during calibration? For SDR, do you put Local Dimming at whatever the final viewing setting will be, or do you lower it as much as possible during calibration? Ditto for HDR? Or is it model-specific?
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