Originally Posted by jgminder
Can the HDFury Integral take the incoming signal from a PC and convert it to BT.2020? The reason I'm asking is I have the HDFury Integral in between my laptop and the TV in order to inject the HDR metadata and that's working just fine for grayscale because it's a separate section of the TV to enter the measurements (White Balance). However, for color, the signal maps to BT.709 color space and that's what the TV recognizes. So all adjustments by Calman Home for Samsung will map to that colorspace and not BT.2020. I suspect I'd have the same problem if PGenerator is the source. I'm calibrating a Samsung Q70R.
Hi, use the HD Fury GUI to input the codes, when you are using PGenerator.
HDFury Integral via the Top Port if you have a serial starting in 02 or bottom port if your serial starting with 01.
I see to the codes I have posted, they have an additional 'space', in HDR metadata between ':' and '3'.
Remove that space or use these:
P3 Primaries, 0.005 Black / 1000 nits Peak / 1000 MaxCLL / 400 MaxFALL
P3 Primaries, 0.005 Black / 4000 nits Peak / 1000 MaxCLL / 400 MaxFALL
Custom AVI InfoFrame:
82:02:0D:AE:00:E8:64:20:00:00:00 for 1080p24 RGB
Configure the PGenerator to output RGB-Data and 24 Hz.
RGB-Data is the only bit-perfect output of the device.
HD Fury will only inject metadata,AVI and add flag for REC.2020, it will not convert any signal to YCbCr 2020, it will pass the RGB signal untouched to your TV.
It will pass the 1080p24 RGB signal untouched to your TV.
But be sure your TV is configured to expect video signal from the HDMI Input. (not Auto)
For LightSpace/ColourSpace, use patchscale 16-235 for HDR10, while for CalMAN configure as video levels.
When something is wrong with HD Fury settings, it will trigger HDR, but the gamut will be REC.709.