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post #121 of 122 Old 04-20-2020, 02:59 AM
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Discus settings in Lightspace

Ok guys,
so I bought Lightspace HTP after a lot of thinking about the price of it
(needing the HTP version for the Discus),
about the measuremet problems that the Discus seems to have with a WRGB OLED
and finally the fact that it's the only way for me to make 3dluts for the OLED
(I will not buy any Calman version that supports the Discus - way to expensive).

Some questions:
What Discus settings to use in Lightspace: Integration Time?, Extra delay time?
Anything I should configure?

I'm working with Steve's tutorial from the LS website for now.
Can you point me to other beginner's guides?
(And yeah, I'm starting to get to grips with LS being a very differnt animal
than the other software I've used so far (Chromapure, HCFR, Calman).

One off topic question:
If I could find a Studio firmware for my LG B7,
would it make sense to use the internal 17 point 3dlut (no 33 point cubes with the 2017 models)?
Or just stick with madvr 3dluts since 90% of the time I use my HTPC.
Would a 17 point 3dlut give me an advantage over an excellent manual calibration of the TV (for the 10% I
don't use my HTPC)?
What do you think?

Thank you, guys! All of your replies have helped me a lot!
The voyage continues...
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What Discus settings to use in Lightspace: Integration Time?, Extra delay time?
Integration time: with WRGB OLED, you can use mode 0 (if you want), mode-3 is always more accurate but very slow. Mode-1 is a good compromise.
Extra delay: 60p 0.25, 24p 0.5

Anything I should configure?
Calibration settings: use the first preset (I can't remember its name GENERAL-LD maybe)

One off topic question:
If I could find a Studio firmware for my LG B7,
would it make sense to use the internal 17 point 3dlut (no 33 point cubes with the 2017 models)?
Or just stick with madvr 3dluts since 90% of the time I use my HTPC.
Would a 17 point 3dlut give me an advantage over an excellent manual calibration of the TV (for the 10% I
don't use my HTPC)?
What do you think?
A 3DLUT is always better than a manual calibration. So yes, install the Studio FW

P.S. You did the right choice

T.U.C. Master | TVs: Pioneer PDP-LX5090H, LG OLED55C8PLA | AV Receiver: Pioneer VSX-921 | BD Player: Panasonic DMP-BDT260EG | External LUT box: Entertainment Experience eeColor | Softwares: Light Illusion Lightspace HTP,, ColourSpace HTX, CM Enthusiast, HCFR, DisplayCAL | Probes: Klein K10-A, Jeti spectraval 1501, X-Rite i1 Display Pro OEM Rev. B-02 | Test Pattern Generator: Riccardo Biasiotto’s PGenerator (RPi)
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