Originally Posted by liberator72
With that out the way, and because I was already balls deep into the day messing with all this, I let a few hours of regular content play on the panel, and then ran a profile with the same procedure as last week (and as outlined many times by some of the guys behind it - yes you're all absolute wizards!!!). The panel will change and drift significantly over the coming days/weeks I know, as this was done with just 19 hrs on the panel. But it will do until I hit 250-300 hrs, and I was astounded by the results already so wanted to share, if purely to show my utmost gratitude once again to all of the guys behind the procedure, Steve for his software, and Ted for being a complete God with his knowledge and kindness in the way he shares it.
, if you want the BCS files to look at, let me know and I'll send them to you. If these results are repeatable once the panel settles properly, then I am in for a real treat!!!
Hi, below its the analysis of your 1000 point post-verification results using LightSpace and ColourSpace to evaluate your display performance after the profiling using about ~4500 patches.
While you panel is brand new, with only 19 working hours... looking the Genius dE Analyser (by Anger.miki):
Wait... you have 0.24dE2000 average to the 1000p!
In other words, you have lower dE average from the actual wizards (with 2018 C9's) which are responsible for the instructions/patchset you used:
(0.25dE2000 average from 1000p)
(0.26dE2000 average from 1000p)
(0.29de2000 from 1000p)
(0.32dE2000 average from 1000p)
(0.33dE2000 average from 1000p)
(+ Thanks to Ric for PGenerator & bobof for patch-sorting solutions)
The 1 point with dE2000 number higher from 1dE had 1.08 de2000.
The point is that all LightSpace users with LG OLED's users can get repeatable, stable, perfect end results, when they will follow all that procedure about panel pre-calibration/settings etc, so they all have more time to watch their actual movies than from trying LUT's all day long...hoping to find out what LUT will have less problems or wait for fixed of problems reported from 2018.
Below there ColourSpace visuals of your 1000 color point post-measurements evaluation.
APNG (Animated PNG file) of 2D CIE1931 Chart, the 4 frame loop will display your results filtered to display the dE2000 points with:
All measured points without filtering of dE as frame 1.
Visible only measured points which have 0 - 0.5 dE2000 as frame 2.
Visible only measured points which have 0.5 - 1.0 dE2000 as frame 3.
Visible only measured points which have 1 - 1.5 dE2000 as frame 4.
APNG (Animated PNG file) of 3D CIE1931 Chart, with 4 frame explanation as 2D CIE1931 Chart APNG:
APNG (Animated PNG file) of Normalized RGB Cube, with 4 frame explanation as 2D CIE1931 Chart APNG:
Here is 2 Cube Preview still pictures, after the calculated from LightSpace 3D LUT correction based to your ~4500 measurements:
LightSpace's LUT Preview using your 3D LUT correction as offset to my pattern using Animated PNG:
Frame 1 is the original pattern, frame 2 is your 3D LUT correction applied to the original pattern.....No issues.