Most of the settings you have posted are by no means accurate.
Originally Posted by shortyg83
Using things like WoW Discs will only allow you to calibrate to
what your eye is capable of seeing...
I only said MY Grayscale Display is the best ever, by my eyes, compared
to what my eyes saw at the Firmware Default.
So by eye, it was that far off without a meter telling it was too green
with the Offset. That's not too hard to understand.
I did not see good Grayscale with either Vizio's White Ramp Pattern
nor with WoW Grayscale Patterns. So, non-meter-wise, I made visual
improvements over the Firmware's default with my specific panel.
...and even then it ends up relying too much on your personal opinion
and basically zero actual data.
Personal opinion? I adjust the Contrast and Brightness at the brink of
clipping according to the WoW Disc test patterns. I'm within one click
of going over or under. How's that personal opinion?
...Meters are the only way to get the picture to be accurate.
I can't and don't argue that. Sure, metering is best. But without that
for me now, plus I'm not having my Display Pro-Calibrated, Eye-Adjusting
is the next best thing when the Grayscale is visually way-off
. No meter
needed to show me that. Without a meter, I just don't know the 'exact'
numbers of how far off. But, I can sure see green when it's supposed to
Manually adjusting is better than putting up with the uglier Grayscale/Colors
on my 2013 M40 - until I finally made eye-adjustments. Same with my
2014 P50. I couldn't let the default alone. It was bad.
In fact a lot of the settings you have posted throws my [Display]
way off when I put it on my Meter.
Why would you do that when yours is already meter-accurate?
I'm only speaking to the non-metered readers here, who may
wish to try
my settings as a starting point. One can always
Reset the Color Tuner if they wish. I'd venture to say only
few people ever tried to Eye-Adjust, anyway.
But that is fine, if it is what you like there is no problem with it,
but don't keep telling people how perfect your by eye calibration is.
It may be perfect for you, it is not perfectly accurate.
Where did I ever say my Eye-Adjustments = Metered results?
Anyway, these latest Firmware Releases seem to be much better
with the Grayscale, so just about every non-meter owner here
probably need not Eye-Adjust. Just the adventurer at heart.
Oh, I redid the Grayscale again with a new method, just for you.
With no other way at this time, Disney and other consumer test
patterns have their place, yes/no?
The WoW Disc Contrast Test Pattern (the 2-Vertical Bars Blended)
confirms my Contrast to be at 47. Anything higher clips.
So, while one test pic on the WoW Disc shows a cloud getting
clipped at and above 45, I've kept the Contrast at 47.
Is this clear as mud?