So, after consulting Portrait for some clarification about autocal without doing 2 point white balance vs 2 point white balance. I found that my TV, XBR75X940E have significantly higher dE error as high as 10. So, I took a step back and calibrate the 2 point white balance first again at 30% and 80% white balance then do the autocal again. Portrat display mention that jumping straight into 10P white balance apply the setting to all, which is true. So, I was thinking. To get a better result, it's best to do 2-point white balance first to get the over all grayscale as close as possible, then fine tune it with the autocal. The only down side to this is I have to get into every single input/apps and make sure that 2-point white balance is set for each input and apps, plus HDR/Dolby vision for external and Netflix app. I hope that calman in the future would include 2-point white balance auto cal adjustment. last note, my dE error with 2 point white balance calibrated are all 1 and below, color checker highest dE error was 2, which is blue color. Any inputs are welcome.
Last edited by kanti123; 07-20-2019 at 07:51 AM.