Originally Posted by Manni01
2) Yes, but you will have to calibrate a preset specifically for 3D. If you use a standard preset, a 3D preset is switched to automatically, so you could select at least a custom color temp for that, or you could assign a new user preset for 3D and calibrate it. With 3D, I only select my rec-709NF colour profile set 100% white to D65, I don't do anything else.
3) As per the step-by-step, you only need to do gamma once. They you do color with a standard colour profile at each of the iris setting, lamp mode, CMD setting you want to use, and last you run a colour autocal once for each custom color profile. As rec-709, consumer P3 and rec-2020 all use D65 for the white point (unlike cinema DCI), there shouldn't be a reason for separate greyscale calibration, but I haven't tested this extensively yet. It didn't seem to be necessary.
Thanks. I think my confusion is with your use of the term "standard". I think when you say "Standard", you mean any "preset" color profile, rather than the specific STANDARD color profile. I would like to clarify the following :
1) select any preset color profile (Standard, Natural, or Reference)
2) run a gamma, color, gamut calibration for a wide open Iris, high power, and cmd off, for your selected preset color profile.
3) run a color calibration for all other desired Iris, power, and cmd combinations for your selected preset color profile.
4) for each additional preset color profile you want calibrated, run a color only calibration for a single Iris, power, and cmd combination.
5) for each custom profile you want calibrated, run a color only calibration for a single Iris, power, and cmd combination.
Did I get this right ?
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