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I have the C8 and by the time I get to calibrate my Dolby vision the C12 will be out...
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I truly appreciate everyone's patience. For what it's worth, The Dolby Vision project revision 001 is finally complete. However, I just received an updated DV workflow from Tyler and I need to update the saturation sweep module. Also, Dolby is currently reviewing some sample files, which I'm currently waiting on feedback. If I had to guess and if everything goes as planned, the pattern suite should be released this month!

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Of course my post above was a joke . Just wanted to revive the thread! I'm looking forward to it!!
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I truly appreciate everyone's patience. For what it's worth, The Dolby Vision project revision 001 is finally complete. However, I just received an updated DV workflow from Tyler and I need to update the saturation sweep module. Also, Dolby is currently reviewing some sample files, which I'm currently waiting on feedback. If I had to guess and if everything goes as planned, the pattern suite should be released this month!

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Looking forward to getting the HDR-10, HLG, DV suite from you (already purchased the HDR-10). Let us know if you are going to do pre-orders, early access, or when it is ready to drop. Thank you again for all of your hard work!
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Hi!

I just found about this test patterns and I would like to ask If I can use it for my projector Optoma UHD51a? I really need something to calibrate HDR, because I have this projector for 6 months and I still haven't found the right settings. Thanks for any reply.
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I just found about this test patterns and I would like to ask If I can use it for my projector Optoma UHD51a? I really need something to calibrate HDR, because I have this projector for 6 months and I still haven't found the right settings. Thanks for any reply.
You will need calibration software, colorimeter, 4k player, and this disc.

Edit: Your projector has usb input so you don't need a 4k player.

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You will need calibration software, colorimeter, 4k player, and this disc.

Edit: Your projector has usb input so you don't need a 4k player.
So you can't use this test patterns on its own without colorimeter? I though the point of this patterns is to calibrate it on your own without all the expensive gear. Otherwise I have 4k player since the projector won't play remux files with atmos (as many other players).
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You will need calibration software, colorimeter, 4k player, and this disc.

Edit: Your projector has usb input so you don't need a 4k player.
So you can't use this test patterns on its own without colorimeter? I though the point of this patterns is to calibrate it on your own without all the expensive gear. Otherwise I have 4k player since the projector won't play remux files with atmos (as many other players).
Nope. The point of Ray's test patterns are so you don't have to invest in buying an expensive pattern generator. A good colorimeter, say the x-rite display pro is fairly cheap at about $200. You have to remember that any calibration done without a colorimeter is NOT accurate. Invest in one and you'll never regret it. They have free software like the hcfr that will get the job done. But for a better calibration experience I recommend lightspace or calman.
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So you can't use this test patterns on its own without colorimeter? I though the point of this patterns is to calibrate it on your own without all the expensive gear. Otherwise I have 4k player since the projector won't play remux files with atmos (as many other players).
Hi teidybugi,

A meter is required for HDR video calibration in general, not just limited to our products. What we offer is an extremely inexpensive solution to generate reference HDR test patterns for video calibration. "Expensive" is subjective. However, $25 - $50 for reference HDR test patterns vs $1,500+ for a TPG is quite an attainable option. With quality colorimeters under $300 and freeware calibration software like HCFR, it has never been cheaper to DIY. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. Thanks!

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After calibrator has gone, Member, then re-tweaks the results because he doesn't like how it looks! (Hope he kept a settings record of what the hundreds of dollars paid for!)

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Nope. The point of Ray's test patterns are so you don't have to invest in buying an expensive pattern generator. A good colorimeter, say the x-rite display pro is fairly cheap at about $200. You have to remember that any calibration done without a colorimeter is NOT accurate. Invest in one and you'll never regret it. They have free software like the hcfr that will get the job done. But for a better calibration experience I recommend lightspace or calman.
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Hi teidybugi,

A meter is required for HDR video calibration in general, not just limited to our products. What we offer is an extremely inexpensive solution to generate reference HDR test patterns for video calibration. "Expensive" is subjective. However, $25 - $50 for reference HDR test patterns vs $1,500+ for a TPG is quite an attainable option. With quality colorimeters under $300 and freeware calibration software like HCFR, it has never been cheaper to DIY. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. Thanks!

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Aah, thanks for explaining that up guys. And here I thought I finally found something "cheap" to calibrate my projector. I am mostly looking to get better HDR colors than I have atm, but it doesn't need to be "professional" level, at least not at the budget I have right now (I would like to have it someday). I'll try to check if any local projector store does any sort of calibration that is not too much expensive. Maybe even one of you guys have any recommendation for UHD51a. Yes I know it varies from person to person, but at least something that I can try and maybe it's even better than what I have right now. I'm thanking you all for the support.
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Aah, thanks for explaining that up guys. And here I thought I finally found something "cheap" to calibrate my projector. I am mostly looking to get better HDR colors than I have atm, but it doesn't need to be "professional" level, at least not at the budget I have right now (I would like to have it someday). I'll try to check if any local projector store does any sort of calibration that is not too much expensive. Maybe even one of you guys have any recommendation for UHD51a. Yes I know it varies from person to person, but at least something that I can try and maybe it's even better than what I have right now. I'm thanking you all for the support.
It would help if you had info as to where you're located in case someone can help in your area.

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Nope. The point of Ray's test patterns are so you don't have to invest in buying an expensive pattern generator. A good colorimeter, say the x-rite display pro is fairly cheap at about $200. You have to remember that any calibration done without a colorimeter is NOT accurate. Invest in one and you'll never regret it. They have free software like the hcfr that will get the job done. But for a better calibration experience I recommend lightspace or calman.
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Hi teidybugi,

A meter is required for HDR video calibration in general, not just limited to our products. What we offer is an extremely inexpensive solution to generate reference HDR test patterns for video calibration. "Expensive" is subjective. However, $25 - $50 for reference HDR test patterns vs $1,500+ for a TPG is quite an attainable option. With quality colorimeters under $300 and freeware calibration software like HCFR, it has never been cheaper to DIY. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. Thanks!

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Aah, thanks for explaining that up guys. And here I thought I finally found something "cheap" to calibrate my projector. I am mostly looking to get better HDR colors than I have atm, but it doesn't need to be "professional" level, at least not at the budget I have right now (I would like to have it someday). I'll try to check if any local projector store does any sort of calibration that is not too much expensive. Maybe even one of you guys have any recommendation for UHD51a. Yes I know it varies from person to person, but at least something that I can try and maybe it's even better than what I have right now. I'm thanking you all for the support.
I honestly don't think you can get a professional to come by for under $250, which is the cost of a new colorimeter and Ray's software. Any setting from the internet for your projector will more than likely be worst then what you have stock at the moment. I suggest saving up and investment in the diy equipment. I'm sure this will not be the only projector you will own for your entire life, so it's a great future proof option.

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I honestly don't think you can get a professional to come by for under $250, which is the cost of a new colorimeter and Ray's software. Any setting from the internet for your projector will more than likely be worst then what you have stock at the moment. I suggest saving up and investment in the diy equipment. I'm sure this will not be the only projector you will own for your entire life, so it's a great future proof option.
For projectors, add to this - how old was the lamp when the reference setting was calibrated, versus age of lamp some Member is going to use the settings for his projector?
I'm assuming, calibration frequency for projectors is more frequent than a flat panel? Another reason for DIY.

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Well... looks like it I'll have to add another thing to my wishlist to buy. I still need to get some proper speakers and then I can get a colorimeter and when it comes to that I'll ask you again for suggestions if anything will change by then. Thank you all again for clearing everything up and offering your amazing support.
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