Originally Posted by catav
I positioned the Spyder so that it's shadow was centered horizontally/vertically on my scope screen. That would tell me I was centered onto the PJ lens (right?). I paid even more attention to the Spyder optical light reflection back towards the PJ lens. (just under it). Since I was doing a gamma only (no screen involved). It's a very delicate operation. I didn't even walk in the room during calibration!
edit: Oh, and also as close to the PJ, but still inside the orange on screen Autocal box. (you have to run the software to understand what that really means).
I haven’t run autocal in a while now, before each run are you reinstating the original file ( if you saved it?).
I think I did the same regarding the reflection of the spyder back on the projector, do you think not having the screen had any effect on the results ?.
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