Originally Posted by BL9000
Tyler and others...
What is the "correct" setting in Calman Sony home - for “Meter Mode (Target Display Type)” for a X940E?
In a video I recall Tyler mentioned Raw XYZ for the i1, Mackenzie said LCD (LED Blue-Green), and still waiting to hear back from X-Rite on their recommendation.
Meter is a X-Rite i1Display Pro (EODIS3) arriving tomorrow and wanted to know how to properly configure all the elements.
Panel is Sony 75X940E
PG will be Mobile Forge on ATV4K.
The spectral correction for GB-LED is included inside the RG-Phosphor selection. There not a lot of info available about what type of VA panel your Sony is using but X-Rite for the creation of the spectral correction for RG Phosphor (GB-LED) table, they used the Dell Ultrasharp U2413 (for GB-LED) and AU Optronics B156HW01 Monitors. (here
you can find info about which monitors used for the creation of each table)
The monitor models (not consumer TV's) used for RG-Phosphor spectral table are very old and very different from current consumer TV displays tech.
The ideal solution is to use a spectro to create a meter correction table.
When this is not possible, there no correct answer what table to use, as its unknown which is closer to your display.
You can try to calibrate 2-point grayscale with RAW XYZ (means no loaded spectral display tech correction) and thne use another picture mode and calibrate with RG-Phosphor spectral table selected.
After that swap between these 2 picture presets while you will look a grayscale ramp pattern and see which one looks more neutral to your eyes. (its guessing method, the results can be variable, for that reason its better to use a spectro).
About MobileForge, see there: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...l#post57067606
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