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Here’s the link. Patterns courtesy of forum member Javs.
https://photos.smugmug.com/TEST-PATT...UBSAMPLING.png

Please advise I won't go to prison, others have warned I may be soliciting a free version punishable with incarceration . Of course no one ever downloads files for free from the internet , as we all know.


Thank you for the link ,all my searches all came up empty, hoping this one works . Bonus , now some of the other fine calibrators here can add this file to their folders when testing for sharpness, color and chroma as it is indeed a recognized calibration tool . Apparently this has been used for signal testing and then typing since the mid 1800's because it contains all the letters of the alphabet , something I did learn in the search. Maybe Masciola could add it to the suite, could help keep me out of prison, who knows .



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And here I thought he was looking for a Movie. Probably why, if most of us have never heard of it, thought the same, hence you're in the wrong Forum.

After a search, came up with this URL:

http://www.geeks3d.com/20141203/how-...our-4k-uhd-tv/

Which leads to this URL with the download:

https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...oma-hdmi-2-0-/

Despite the author saying 4K in the first URL, the download is actually only 2k. Going through the Forum in URL 2, a Member offers to produce a 4K version, but was ignored, and no further discussion was made about a 4K Version.

Did find these 2 URLS that may be of interest:

https://www.extron.com/article/testpattern

https://www.churchmotiongraphics.com...eo-image-test/

Well thank you for offering these links, they did not work, in fact I found the same in my search . I am surprised you haven't heard of the QBF test pattern, wow ! To be honest, I'm sick of seeing this posted in most forum threads, just about everyone uses this for testing several variables from details to color , uniformity and chroma .

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https://www.date-conference.com/proc...LES/04.6_1.PDF

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Here’s the link. Patterns courtesy of forum member Javs.
Who owns the rights to that test image? I'd like to add it to a patterns BD disk I'm currently working on.
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Well thank you for offering these links, they did not work, in fact I found the same in my search . I am surprised you haven't heard of the QBF test pattern, wow ! To be honest, I'm sick of seeing this posted in most forum threads, just about everyone uses this for testing several variables from details to color , uniformity and chroma .
QBF test pattern is from 2014 when there were arguments as to what format the video is being presented.
My patterns are for calibrating my set, not really worrying about whether I'm getting 4.4.4 or 4.2.0, etc. If it looks good, that's all that matters. I watch my set to enjoy my videos, not to cut them up, and then have ulcers because the set isn't doing what you think it should be doing. Cool your jets, and enjoy the movie or video.


AVS Forum - 4 K QBF Pattern in posting # 38

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/24-di...rojectors.html

No, QBF Patterns, but lots of other 4Ks under the Test Pattern Library (Note: my antivirus program caught something during the download)

https://www.murideo.com/downloads.html

Have you tried ConnecTEDDD's patterns?

https://displaycalibrations.com/requ...ad_no_ads.html

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It is almost at the end of the month, Ryan can you update when DV pattern will be available?


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The Dolby Vision Test Pattern Suite will be released by Friday the 31st. The instruction manual and read me files are now completed. I'm currently working on the website. Thank you everyone for your continued patience. I will be posting information about the pattern suite soon. Thanks!

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Question on the display of the Resolution & Sharpness MP4 patterns (from USB, the Resolution Mix pattern), I have Sony XBR-49X900F, and with every picture mode except "Animation", the 1 pixel pattern is just a bunch of noise or static...using the Animation picture mode, it appears fine.

Is that normal, or indicates an issue with the TV?

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The Dolby Vision Test Pattern Suite will be released by Friday the 31st.
- Ryan M.
At what time are you going to release the Suite?

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Diversified Video Solutions UltraHD|Dolby Vision Test Pattern Suite (.mp4) REV_001 Released!!

**NOTE: This revision was compresses with 7-Zip. To extract, please utilize the 7-Zip extracting utility found at http://www.7-zip.org/ (Windows) or The Keka extracting utility found at http://www.kekaosx.com/(iOS)

Description

I would like to start off by saying thank you to everyone for their patience throughout this entire project, as this has been one of the most challenging products to launch yet. A lot of countless hours, money and resources went into bringing this product to market. I would also like to thank all of the folks over at Dolby, Hybrik (now part of Dolby) and Black Magic design for all of their help and support through out this entire project as well.

We decided to created this entire suite utilizing profile 5, which is the most commonly used profile among manufactures. Profile 5, typically utilized for streaming Dolby Vision content, encompasses Dolby Vision’s proprietary IPT for color primaries and color matrix, along with the use of full range for RGB. All of the test patterns are UltraHD 3840x2160 resolution, Dolby's proprietary IPT (similar to BT.2100 ICtCp), 10-Bit encoded/12-bit remapped and utilizes an ST.2084 transfer function.

Additional test patterns are already in the works. There will be numerous patterns added to the next revision, which is already scheduled for a late summer release. Please feel free to post your thoughts and/or comments about the product. Also, please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns regarding the suite. Thank you!

- Ryan M.



392+ Dolby Vision Test Patterns - Profile 5 (1.0, dvhe.05.06, BL+RPU)


Basic Setup Patterns

- Title (REV_001)
- Meter Placement
- Meter Profile (10% Window Patterns Red, Green, & Blue)
- Black Clipping (1 & 2)
- White Clipping (1, 2, 3 & 4)
- Color Bars
- Color Clipping (HDR Color Clipping High & HDR Color Clipping Low)
- Sharpness & Overscan


Advanced Setup Patterns

10% Window Patterns

- 11 Step Grayscale
- 21 Step Grayscale
- 10 Step Gamma
- 20 Step Gamma
- 50% Amplitude/100% Saturation Color
- 50% Amplitude/75% Saturation Color
- 50% Amplitude/50% Saturation Color
- 50% Amplitude/25% Saturation Color
- 50% Amplitude Color Saturation Sweep
- 23 Point ColorChecker
- Contrast


CalMAN 5.9.XX Dolby Vision Workflow

- Pre Calibration View
- White Balance
- Grayscale
- CMS Adjust
- ColorChecker Analysis
- P3 Sat Sweep inside BT2020
- Post Calibration View


Miscellaneous Setup Patterns

- Contrast Ratio (10% Window Patterns)
- ANSI Contrast (ANSI Meter Placement(5x4|8x8) & ANSI Contrast(5x4|8x8))
- Dynamic Contrast
- Grayscale Ramps (Grayscale Steps, Grayscale Ramp, & Grayscale Ramp Mix)
- Color Decoding
- Color Flashing Primary
- Grayscale Sweeps (10% Window Patterns)
- Test Footage (Landscape, Nature, Skin Tone, City Sunset 1.85:1, Oceanside 2.40:1, PANTONE Skin Tone, Restaurant Scene, Indian Market Walk In The City & Rooftop Scene)
- Frame Rate & Judder Patterns
- Radial Gradient Patterns

Pattern Suite File Size

999 MB (1,048,197,449 bytes) Zipped/Compressed
3.14 GB (3,376,251,732 bytes) Unzipped/Uncompressed
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@mascior the Calman workflow doesn't load. Version 5.9.2.59 is required. I have version 5.9.1.76.
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@mascior the Calman workflow doesn't load. Version 5.9.2.59 is required. I have version 5.9.1.76.
I'm reaching out to Tyler now. In the meantime, are you able to load the default CalMAN HDR-10 workflow? This workflow should be able to be utilized in its place. However, you would need to switch range from (16-235) over to (0-255). Thanks!

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I've just noticed this is a thing, would your Dolby Vision suite work using this?
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I'm reaching out to Tyler now. In the meantime, are you able to load the default CalMAN HDR-10 workflow? This workflow should be able to be utilized in its place. However, you would need to switch range from (16-235) over to (0-255). Thanks!

- Ryan M.
Yeah default CalMAN HDR-10 load fine. I'll give it a try.

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I've just noticed this is a thing, would your Dolby Vision suite work using this?
Great question. Not sure if the pattern sequence will align. However, all the test patterns are encoded individually...so essentially they could be placed in any sequence. All that's needed is the ability to utilize ST2084 as the transfer function, 50/50 BT2020 for color and (0-255) for RGB range to work with our test patterns.

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Hi Ryan. Thank you so much for these patterns. I`m just taking first measurements and maybe found something. With Black Clipping I can see patterns at least down to 4.3 % but with 21 Step Grayscale Patches 5 and 10 are invisible even when I raise brightness. From Patch 15 onwards everything is OK. I`m using LG OLED B6.

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Hi Ryan. Thank you so much for these patterns. I`m just taking first measurements and maybe found something. With Black Clipping I can see patterns at least down to 4.3 % but with 21 Step Grayscale Patches 5 and 10 are invisible even when I raise brightness. From Patch 15 onwards everything is OK. I`m using LG OLED B6.
Hi northrob,

This may be a dynamic contrast or APL issue affecting the way your display is tone mapping the content onscreen. The black clipping pattern ranges from 0 to the peak brightness of the text. Whereas the 5% and 10% test patches peak at 5% and 10% respectively. Have you disabled all of the unnecessary video processing within the menu of your display?

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Have you disabled all of the unnecessary video processing within the menu of your display?
Yes, everything is off.



Here`s pictures with brightness way too high. You can see there is a faint outline of the patch 10 with Dolby Vision and HDR10 patch is clearly visible.
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Here`s pictures with brightness way too high. You can see there is a faint outline of the patch 10 with Dolby Vision and HDR10 patch is clearly visible.
Hi northrob,

For some reason your B6 seems to be clipping black too soon or improperly tone mapping when feed lower than 10% APL with Dolby Vision, at least via USB. This is obviously not the case with HDR-10 on your display. I do not have access to a B6 anymore. However, I just tested both 5% and 10% patches on a LG C7, LG C8, Sony A8 (all through the display USB) and also through an Oppo UDP-203 USB port with no issues. I not quite sure what's going on here. We also have to keep in mind that test patterns, outside of video calibration, can also be utilized to expose deficiencies within displays. This may be an issue with how Dolby Vision is implemented on the B6. I will try to dig a little deeper. Thanks!

- Ryan M.

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Diversified Video Solutions UltraHD|Dolby Vision Test Pattern Suite (.mp4) REV_001 Released!!



**NOTE: This revision was compresses with 7-Zip. To extract, please utilize the 7-Zip extracting utility found at http://www.7-zip.org/ (Windows) or The Keka extracting utility found at http://www.kekaosx.com/(iOS)



Description



I would like to start off by saying thank you to everyone for their patience throughout this entire project, as this has been one of the most challenging products to launch yet. A lot of countless hours, money and resources went into bringing this product to market. I would also like to thank all of the folks over at Dolby, Hybrik (now part of Dolby) and Black Magic design for all of their help and support through out this entire project as well.



We decided to created this entire suite utilizing profile 5, which is the most commonly used profile among manufactures. Profile 5, typically utilized for streaming Dolby Vision content, encompasses Dolby Vision’s proprietary IPT for color primaries and color matrix, along with the use of full range for RGB. All of the test patterns are UltraHD 3840x2160 resolution, Dolby's proprietary IPT (similar to BT.2100 ICtCp), 10-Bit encoded/12-bit remapped and utilizes an ST.2084 transfer function.



Additional test patterns are already in the works. There will be numerous patterns added to the next revision, which is already scheduled for a late summer release. Please feel free to post your thoughts and/or comments about the product. Also, please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns regarding the suite. Thank you!



- Ryan M.







392+ Dolby Vision Test Patterns - Profile 5 (1.0, dvhe.05.06, BL+RPU)





Basic Setup Patterns



- Title (REV_001)

- Meter Placement

- Meter Profile (10% Window Patterns Red, Green, & Blue)

- Black Clipping (1 & 2)

- White Clipping (1, 2, 3 & 4)

- Color Bars

- Color Clipping (HDR Color Clipping High & HDR Color Clipping Low)

- Sharpness & Overscan





Advanced Setup Patterns



10% Window Patterns



- 11 Step Grayscale

- 21 Step Grayscale

- 10 Step Gamma

- 20 Step Gamma

- 50% Amplitude/100% Saturation Color

- 50% Amplitude/75% Saturation Color

- 50% Amplitude/50% Saturation Color

- 50% Amplitude/25% Saturation Color

- 50% Amplitude Color Saturation Sweep

- 23 Point ColorChecker

- Contrast





CalMAN 5.9.XX Dolby Vision Workflow



- Pre Calibration View

- White Balance

- Grayscale

- CMS Adjust

- ColorChecker Analysis

- P3 Sat Sweep inside BT2020

- Post Calibration View





Miscellaneous Setup Patterns



- Contrast Ratio (10% Window Patterns)

- ANSI Contrast (ANSI Meter Placement(5x4|8x8) & ANSI Contrast(5x4|8x8))

- Dynamic Contrast

- Grayscale Ramps (Grayscale Steps, Grayscale Ramp, & Grayscale Ramp Mix)

- Color Decoding

- Color Flashing Primary

- Grayscale Sweeps (10% Window Patterns)

- Test Footage (Landscape, Nature, Skin Tone, City Sunset 1.85:1, Oceanside 2.40:1, PANTONE Skin Tone, Restaurant Scene, Indian Market Walk In The City & Rooftop Scene)

- Frame Rate & Judder Patterns

- Radial Gradient Patterns



Pattern Suite File Size



999 MB (1,048,197,449 bytes) Zipped/Compressed

3.14 GB (3,376,251,732 bytes) Unzipped/Uncompressed
Thank you for all your hard work. I already owned the HDR-10 patterns but just purchased the HDR-10/HLG/DV digital package bundle. $10 more than just getting the HLG and DV patterns, but you definitely deserve it for all the work you've put in. Thank you.
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On my B7 (with Calman HDR-10 workflow as the DV Custom from Ryan doesn't load) I have problems to calibrate grayscale from 45 up to 70. Even with RGB +/- 30 nothing happens.

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On my B7 (with Calman HDR-10 workflow as the DV Custom from Ryan doesn't load) I have problems to calibrate grayscale from 45 up to 70. Even with RGB +/- 30 nothing happens.
When making adjustments to those points are you checking other points to make sure there is no change? It is common for HDR/DV patterns to not match the target adjustment points.
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When making adjustments to those points are you checking other points to make sure there is no change? It is common for HDR/DV patterns to not match the target adjustment points.
Unfortunately, that is correct. At least that is the case for most LG displays, especially OLED. I just ran a few tests on a C7 and different control points within the menu adjusted different stimulus levels within the test patterns. Example, adjustment point 35 in the menu, adjusted test pattern 40%...This was the same issue we experienced with the HDR-10 grayscale adjustments. Also, for what it's worth, I ran the same tests utilizing the Murideo SIX-G TPG on the C7 and experienced the same issue. This is something LG themselves would need to address.

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Unfortunately, that is correct. At least that is the case for most LG displays, especially OLED. I just ran a few tests on a C7 and different control points within the menu adjusted different stimulus levels within the test patterns. Example, adjustment point 35 in the menu, adjusted test pattern 40%...This was the same issue we experienced with the HDR-10 grayscale adjustments. Also, for what it's worth, I ran the same tests utilizing the Murideo SIX-G TPG on the C7 and experienced the same issue. This is something LG themselves would need to address.



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Yah Vizio is the same way.
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Diversified Video Solutions UltraHD|Dolby Vision Test Pattern Suite (.mp4) REV_001 Released!!



We decided to created this entire suite utilizing profile 5, which is the most commonly used profile among manufactures. Profile 5, typically utilized for streaming Dolby Vision content, encompasses Dolby Vision’s proprietary IPT for color primaries and color matrix, along with the use of full range for RGB. All of the test patterns are UltraHD 3840x2160 resolution, Dolby's proprietary IPT (similar to BT.2100 ICtCp), 10-Bit encoded/12-bit remapped and utilizes an ST.2084 transfer function.

Additional test patterns are already in the works. There will be numerous patterns added to the next revision, which is already scheduled for a late summer release. Please feel free to post your thoughts and/or comments about the product. Also, please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns regarding the suite. Thank you!

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I purchased and downloaded your DV package last night (I already have the HDR + HLG versions) and transferred them to USB. Playback direct from the TV USB input is fine, as expected, but unfortunately using the the TV's built in media player to control the patterns whilst trying to back in and out to adjust settings for each White Balance point etc. is a slow, cumbersome and clumsy process. My Panasonic DP-UB820 does not recognise the file (I guess that is a player limitation) and my Xbox One X plays the file in HDR mode in place of Dolby Vision (again player limitation). I also have a Sony UBP-X700 which does recognise the file and plays back in Dolby Vision (the Sony Forces DV). My question, is this a viable way to use these patterns, and if so, should I be setting the player output to RGB FULL instead of the usual YCbCr.

Thanks in advance for any advice or assistance you can provide

Regards, Leon
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When making adjustments to those points are you checking other points to make sure there is no change? It is common for HDR/DV patterns to not match the target adjustment points.
Unfortunately, that is correct. At least that is the case for most LG displays, especially OLED. I just ran a few tests on a C7 and different control points within the menu adjusted different stimulus levels within the test patterns. Example, adjustment point 35 in the menu, adjusted test pattern 40%...This was the same issue we experienced with the HDR-10 grayscale adjustments. Also, for what it's worth, I ran the same tests utilizing the Murideo SIX-G TPG on the C7 and experienced the same issue. This is something LG themselves would need to address.

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Made some progress here. This is my B7 table:

Menu IRE - Pattern %

5 - 15
10 - 20
15 - 25
20 - 30
25 - 40
30 - 45
35 - 50
55 - 55
70 - 60

Bad news is even if I touch a couple of them only +10 (patterns 40 and 45, don’t need to touch anything below pattern 40) I get bad artifacts in real content.
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I purchased and downloaded your DV package last night (I already have the HDR + HLG versions) and transferred them to USB. Playback direct from the TV USB input is fine, as expected, but unfortunately using the the TV's built in media player to control the patterns whilst trying to back in and out to adjust settings for each White Balance point etc. is a slow, cumbersome and clumsy process. My Panasonic DP-UB820 does not recognise the file (I guess that is a player limitation) and my Xbox One X plays the file in HDR mode in place of Dolby Vision (again player limitation). I also have a Sony UBP-X700 which does recognise the file and plays back in Dolby Vision (the Sony Forces DV). My question, is this a viable way to use these patterns, and if so, should I be setting the player output to RGB FULL instead of the usual YCbCr.

Thanks in advance for any advice or assistance you can provide

Regards, Leon
Hi liberator72,

I agree, switching between test patterns can be quite cumbersome at times. Especially if the media player in-use is slow to trigger HDR modes and in-between clips. I'm considering concatenating streams to make a single video file to eliminate this issue. As for your Panasonic DP-UB820, though Dolby Vision capable, may not have the ability for DV playback via USB. I'm not quite sure about the XBox or even how it plays the file back in HDR?? These test patterns utilize profile 5 (1.0, dvhe.05.06, BL+RPU) a Base layer (BL) + RPU metadata, with no enhancement layer (EL). Which is typically how a non-Dolby Vision capable device has the ability to playback the DV file in HDR-10. As for your Sony UBP-X700, I see that it recognizes the files. However, you state that "Sony forces DV", do you need to force DV playback in-order for the test patterns to be recognized? Utilizing a UHD BD player via USB could be a viable solution. I ran numerous tests between an Oppo UDP-203 via USB (ultimately HDMI out) and a LG C7 via USB and internal media player, with only slight variances within readings. However, not all devices pass signal through properly. I would recommend running a measured sweep directly through your display's media player, then the exact same sweep through your UBP-X700 and compare differences before making a decision. As for output settings, though YCbCr is recommended for BD disc playback. You will need to temporarily utilize RGB Full for these patterns. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. Thanks!

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