Originally Posted by AustinJerry
Thanks. So I assume that doesn't adversely affect the 4K test patterns I am using for a calibration, correct?
Measure 8bit RGB 2160p24 vs. 8bit RGB 2160p60 patterns to see if there any difference.
To the LG OLED, the frame rate can affect the readings:
Differences between patch generation framerates of HDMI Input Video Signal
Differences between YCbCr and RGB-Video Colorspaces of HDMI Input
The fact that you are using untested patch generation solutions has more impact to your results. Now you have spend money to calibration software/hardware but you have never tested if the patterns you are using are accurate. The most important details is that one, since all your calibration decisions will be based to your pattern accuracy. If you confirm that are accurate then your calibration report is valid, if they are inaccurate you have to find other way generating them.
Even MobileForge which designed for that reason, to work as reference low cost solution, its proven by various users who tested that is not accurate with any supported device: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...thread-10.html
The only way to have accurate patterns (low-cost) with CalMAN is by using Rasberry Pi based PGenerator (free) ROM ISO and use it from inside CalMAN, so there will no need to test anything since a lot of people have tested with signal analysers and its bit-perfect for RGB-Video patch generation.
The Sony, if you have selected to have HDMI Limited before starting the calibration, it will switch to Auto when you will start the calibration. You have to manual select back to Limited, this is happening when you send Full RGB signal but using 16-235 levels., as explained above, TV don't know if you are using 0 black or 16 black.
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