Originally Posted by markmon1
Originally Posted by Dominic Chan
The calibrations are first loaded into the projector so you can visually check the results as well as the calibration log. You can then decide if you want to accept the results by clicking on Save, or abort the calibration by going back to the previous step.
The first time you Save, the software also saves the original factory calibration which you can later restore.
Thank you. If all we want to do is correct gamma droop not any HDR curves or other stuff, is there a guide we can read to get us up and running easiest? I have a spyder 5 pro
Did you ever end up doings this?
I am just looking to do a gamma correction on my JVC X790 while using the JVC Software and the Spyder 5. I have read through a good portion of the thread and just want to see if I am on the right track with what I will be doing. Below are the steps I believe I need to perform:
1. Turn on projector
2. Have JVC calibration and Spyder software installed on the computer (Spyder Software can not be running in the background)
3. Select the settings menu in the JVC software
4. Ensure the computer has a connection to the projector by testing this in the settings menu
5. I will only be adjusting Gamma so I will just select the Gamma only calibration type in the settings menu
6. Input screen size and viewing distance
7. Select the location for the backup file
8. Enter Serial number of projector
9. Connect the Spyder 5 to the computer
10. Select Calibration procedure from the main menu
11. Install Spyder 5 between the projector and the screen
12. Setup the Picture mode for calibration
13. Start calibration
14. The results will then be displayed
15. Click save button
Now is where I get a little lost and I am not sure of the next steps:
16. Once the calibration is complete does it automatically correct the base Gamma and send it to the projector?
17. Do I need to run a calibration on each Picture Mode? I believe I do
18. Does the calibration need to be run at different Lens Apertures or just with the Lens Aperture at 0? I currently use -11 for SDR and 0 for HDR