Originally Posted by Fanboyz
Ooh. You did a Boo-Boo.
If adjusting the 2-Point (Gain/OffSet), that is an all-across the scale
adjustment. Each affects the other, but Gain (brighter White Ramp Test bars) will emphasis the left half, OffSet (darker White Ramp Test bars) the right half.
Try the 2-Point with the White Ramp Test Pattern to get most bars looking gray. For any odd bar that is still off-gray, do each bar as needed with the 11-Point White Balance.
Only use the Full-Screen Flat Test Patterns as a check after doing 2 and/or 11-Point adjustments.
This is the best gray 10% and 20% Full-Screen Flat Test Patterns I've ever had on a Vizio. As I cycle up through 30% to 100%, they're all pretty spot-on, also.
My next Color Tuner Test Adjustment is to leave the 2-Point alone and try it just with the 11-Point.
Anyway, as in my posted settings, the pic looks amazing right now. HUGE difference from just leaving it at Beta3064-Green.
Before I finished my Color Tuner 'Fix', I turned on Color Space RGB and/or cranked up the Brightness to have a peek at the 5% and 10% bars to make sure they were gray. I kept cycling through all the Gamma settings also to make sure the all the bars would stay or be close to gray, as there has always been an off-gray shift when changing Gamma.
In a pinch, one can switch from 'Normal' to the 'Computer' Color Temperature.
Be wary, however. After watching stuff in 'Computer' for a while then going back to 'Normal', it'll be 'Yellow-Shock' for a bit until you get used to D65 again.
I suppose 'Cool' is for watching stuff during a heat wave, eh?