Originally Posted by Dominic Chan
(I was asking since you used the term "profile" in your previous post). Regardless, where did you see that the "predefined profiles" cannot be calibrated?
Also, calibrated or not, you need to use a colour profile for each mode.
So we have "Picture mode" with 4 preset (Cinema, Animation, Natural, HDR)
And "color profile" that depends on the "picture mode". Normally both of them are autodetect, so if I play a YUV or RGB video, it turn in Cinema and depending of the color space (YUV, RGB, YUV10) it selects Cinema or HDR
If I play an HDR video with metadata, the HDR "Picture mode" is selected and the color profile switch to what is present in metadata.
Custom "color customization" (i.e to compensate the probe shall go in the "Picture management") can be left untouched.
So, coming back to the questions: is correct my understanding that I shall calibrate all the "Picture mode"? If so, what "color profile" shall I use (in particular when it comes to HDR)
Also, shall I assume that the calibration is within the boundaries of the "color mode", so a calibration for cinema will affect all the "color profile" but not the other "color mode" (i.e. calibration for cinema won't affect HDR)?