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3D lut! how look like for SDR?

I have been wondering to improve picture quality of my blu ray movies and I end with 3D lut which I never see its picture before, so i wonder is it really worth it even my TV calibrated through software and get best results? Does video processer such Eecolor 3D lut or Lumagen pro make significant improvement to LG OLED 2016 TV models? Can someone tell me what improvement to PQ will be from both units.

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I have been wondering to improve picture quality of my blu ray movies and I end with 3D lut which I never see its picture before, so i wonder is it really worth it even my TV calibrated through software and get best results? Does video processer such Eecolor 3D lut or Lumagen pro make significant improvement to LG OLED 2016 TV models? Can someone tell me what improvement to PQ will be from both units.

And thank you for answering.
It worths but depends on how much "free time" you have to do it and more importantly if you consider to keep your 2016 set couple years or more...

I'm really happy with the 3DLUT on my B6 and I really enjoyed every time I'm watching Blu-ray's movies definitely! but I can also tell you it wasn't easy to get it done for good... To much efforts, time to learn how the panel drift, and consideration about post 3DLUT, with posterization, color banding etc...

I also have to say thanks to many people for their help, specially to @frumenzio , @BlackJoker , @Anger.miki and @ConnecTEDDD
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It worths but depends on how much "free time" you have to do it and more importantly if you consider to keep your 2016 set couple years or more...

I'm really happy with the 3DLUT on my B6 and I really enjoyed every time I'm watching Blu-ray's movies definitely! but I can also tell you it wasn't easy to get it done for good... To much efforts, time to learn how the panel drift, and consideration about post 3DLUT, with posterization, color banding etc...

I also have to say thanks to many people for their help, specially to @frumenzio, @BlackJoker, @Anger.miki and @ConnecTEDDD
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3D LUT can absolutely give you the best calibration. A large 3D LUT corrects far more points within the display's gamut than user controls - especially CMS - ever could. The major issue for your display is the 2016 OLED tech itself, with heat-related drift, ASBL, etc. It's much more difficult to arrive at a good display profile to build a 3D LUT from than something like an LCD.

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3D LUT can absolutely give you the best calibration. A large 3D LUT corrects far more points within the display's gamut than user controls - especially CMS - ever could. The major issue for your display is the 2016 OLED tech itself, with heat-related drift, ASBL, etc. It's much more difficult to arrive at a good display profile to build a 3D LUT from than something like an LCD.
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