Originally Posted by Ian_Slater
I am about to try to calibrate my LG OLED 65E6p to REC709.
You may want to take a look at the LG OLED calibration threads as some of the general "rules" may not work with those displays.
2. Set up internal pattern generator. With windows in extended display mode, HCFR generator settings Image area 10 % , GDI overlay, pattern intensity 75%, GDI options 16–235.
You also need to make sure the graphics "card" is set for 0-100%. The GDI pattern intensity should normally be set to 100%.
3. set contrast (white)- put up 100% white patch and adjust contrast to 30-40 FL
For most modern displays, the luminance should not
be set using the Contrast Control. (OLED may be an exception as doing so will not degrade the contrast ratio).
5. Set gamma Target to 2.2 - 2.35— Where do I set this in HCFR?
Click on the "Refs" icon (near the right edge).
6. Color-Measure and record the Y value of 100% white. Then with 100% red adjust the color so Y is 21% of the white.
No need. HCFR shows you the target Y for all the colours.
If your TV has CMS, you shouldn't touch the Colour and Tint controls.
8. two point white balance-
A. with 80% white patch adjust RGB contrast until RGB balance is at 100. Or the target x0.3127 y0.329.
If you're going to adjust 20-pt afterwards, it's better to use 100% white patch instead of 80%
B. with 20% white patch adjust RGB contrast until RGB balance is at 100. Or the target x0.3127 y0.329.
The low end is adjusted using the RGB Offset
How do i put up a 1 patch and keep it there.
If you click on the green triangle icon the patch will be displayed and measured continually. Click on the column heading to select a specific colour.
I know in HCFR to set the parameters to xyY adjustment? And what is the reference button for?
The reference button sets the current measurements as reference (e.g., you can use that for the Before values). If you start another set of measurements you can see how the After values compare with the Reference Measure (Before values) as well as Reference values (e.g., Rec. 709).