Originally Posted by Guz911
Leon how about extra delay time for the i1d3, leave that at default 0.75 or is there a better value?
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Extra Delay is something you have to figure out for yourself, as I said before. It depends on your TPG, how you're connected to it (Network/USB), whether it is 24Hz or 60Hz, etc etc. Steve posted a very simple method on how to work this out a page or two back. If you are not sure then leave it at your recommended default.
This also applies to the i1d3 settings (Integration, Intelligent Integration). If you are not sure, just use the recommended defaults. This whole thing has got blown waaaaay out of proportion due to a simple comment being taken way out of context and turned into something that was never said, which has ended up in a discussion going around in circles.
If you are not sure, or have no inclination to test the faster settings for yourself to confirm they can work for you in your setup, then don't attempt to use them. My initial post was to show that the new method of probe matching in ColourSpace works great and I happened to be using the "Turbo Settings" at the time and just mentioned that the test profile completed in a time comparable to the one I did with the Klein, and I found that impressive. There is literally NOTHING more to it than that.
I have repeated it many times now and it getting really tiresome, especially with much more important things I have to deal with in my own day to day life. So please, if you have read what I said from the beginning, you will have seen that I said you need to test it all, for yourself, in your own specific setup and your own specific environment to find the best settings for yourself. If you cannot do that or do not know how to, then just use the recommended defaults.
I am apologise if this comes off as a little snarky, I don't mean it to but I really am tired of repeating everything over and over because of something that was blown up into a drama over nothing, which has essentially caused a lot of confusion over something that is really quite simple.
Originally Posted by EMINENT1
I noticed some strange behavior recently..
Black is raised on my Nvidia Shield Pro hdmi with the same picture mode I used with your DV method. It is fine with the internal app. I actually calibrated and reset the picture mode using a DV movie with Vudu.
Am I safe to assume I can just copy the 22pt values, reset the picture mode while on the Shield input and load the same config to see if it fixes it?
Any idea why the reset didn't copy across all inputs? Could this be a bug where a reset needs to be done on all inputs before calibrating?
I did double check other picture modes to be sure and there are no raised blacks in the others on the same hdmi input. Also, changed inputs and same result.
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Raised black from the Nvidia Shield is a source device issue AFAIK
. Just as it is with the ATV4K. If you do not have raised black with your internal apps then you have done nothing wrong. I do not have the Nvidia Shield, but ATV4K gives raised black over HDMI (known issue), UHD BluRay in DoVi over HDMI has no such issues from my Panasonic UB820. With that in mind, nothing you do will fix it, it is either an issue with the Shield DoVi output (as is assumed with ATV4K) or a bug with the LG in the way it handles specific types of DoVi over HDMI. My "guess" would be the former. But this would be a question for the LG specific threads, or the Nvidia Shield threads.
IIRC, when you reset a Pic Mode, it need to be done per each input, so it is not a bug IMO.
To everyone else.........
I have a life away from here. A normal day job and a family along with some very important things I need to take care of so I don't have time to keep answering the same thing over and over and over. Everything has been explained, over and over and over. Clarified many times in many ways. If you are unsure, stick to the safe bet with your i1d3 probe settings. Same with the DoVi Cal. I spent a lot of time working on that guide and it is FULLY explained with detailed descriptions of every step of the process. It is very, very simple provided you follow it carefully. If you have issues such as raised blacks from an external source device, it will be due to the source device, as there are no raised blacks in DoVi over HDMI with a source device with accurate output.
Everything I did, I did for my own fun and my own learning because I've become passionate about it. I thought some of the these things would be of interest to others. There is nothing more to it than that. I am not a "Pro" nor do I ever intend to try and be one. It is not my "job" to spend all my time here justifying to anyone what I have said or done, nor is it my "job" to spend my time trying to help and/or support others. I do it because I enjoy it, and because there are others here who have helped me in the past. It is a form of paying back the community that gave to me. I'm beginning to think that it's not worth the hassle you get for just trying to help