Originally Posted by BlackJoker
From many many tests he others and I did on the 2016 models. We tested many different pattern Inseration values and 0% is the best method to cool down the panel.
Originally Posted by Ips
I have no doubt 0% will cool the display more quickly.
What does it do for the image retention induced by the window patterns when calibrating HDR and DV?
It dipend of the single display itself, like my set, neither in HDR mode during calibration reading Grayscale and colorchecker it doesn't happen. But I saw others displays with image retention issues, only reading a simple grayscale 21 points in SDR mode, really weird by the way.
Originally Posted by robbeh81
Thanks for the input. I have my meter profiled with a i1Pro, but I will give the LED LCD Display type a try. With the meter beeing profiled, does the display type setting make any difference at all?
Regarding the frame insertion and delay settings, I will give it a try this evening here and report back. Thanks, Robert
If you use an i1pro2 consider to do two differents profiles corrections, both at exactly the same point of the readings.
One contact mode other one distance mode in a very dark room (obviously) spectrometer at 17cm then colorimeter (i1D3) at 13cm or less... Consider this only like a test for try find out best compromisse solutions.
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just an advice and nothing more I'm not a professional calibrator I just trust to what I've been trying many times on my set.
LCD LED has a different spectral light you don't need to use it if you have an spectrophotometer already, at least that is what I understood too using CalMAN not many years until now.