Sorry for cross-posting, but I originally posted this in the CalMAN Home for Sony thread, and that thread is not getting very much activity lately
I just purchased a new laptop. One of the selection criteria was that the laptop graphics be able to output 2160p test patterns for the CalMAN Autocal. As I was configuring the Intel graphics settings, several areas are slightly different from my previous laptop. In the first screenshot below, notice that the highest setting I can use is 30p. It seems like I could configure 60p on the previous laptop (although only HD, not UHD). Is this an issue?
In the second screenshot, I have selected 3840x2160. Is this the proper setting?
I want to see if I can duplicate the improved blacklevel measurements that
achieved using the 2160p patterns. Replies to my questions would be appreciated.
Also, I recall that
mentioned that he was working on a updated guide on how to configure laptop graphics. I still rely on the original guide titled "Dolby Vision HDMI Calibration Setup Guide", authored by Tyler back in 2016, which is still useful, but has outdated screenshots. Has there been a more recent guide published?