That’s funny. That’s what I do and have been doing for a very long time and is the exact basis for HarperVision. Just go back to the early stages of it on the VW350/365ES and 5040 and you’ll see the exact same process taking place. Good to know.
No, I do not have time any longer, which is why I am only able to do this on one display at a time and one step at a time, yet you keep pushing and pushing for me to “do it your way” and I’ve repeatedly told you I’m not at that stage yet and there is a “method to my madness”, which you basically just described above in most senses.
Of course I knew those were there Javs, give me some credit. I’ve had these since they first came out with the UB900 and used them on MANY projectors. I know what they have, what they are and what they can do.
I do things differently than you. Sorry if you don’t like this but it is what it is. Everyone that’s seen my work on many projectors have liked it and in most cases loved it. I’m sorry if that’s an issue for you. Most are afraid to say anything on AVS for fear of reprisals and reprimand like this. I am told this numerous times on a daily basis via PM and email, btw.
This is where you’re totally and utterly wrong, sorry. You are not privy to the countless PMs and emails I get from folks asking for just that.
Believe it or not, some folks (like me!), scrimp and save and give up a LOT of things and compromise in many ways just to get the video basics like the UHD Blu-ray, screen and projector and even stretch and go way over budget already to do so, so for someone to dismiss this off hand and simply expect them to push it even more, maybe even taking them over the financial breaking point, and to also spend even more time they don’t have configuring a darn PC.
Thanks for your thoughts on the matter.
I guess I’ll see when I get to that stage. I am planning to speak with the engineers to get true answers to this information.
I have been able to affect how the HDR dimming performs with settings and it’s very easily noticeable BTW. There were specific scenes that
and I saw pumping and noticeable dimming which I have now alleviated.
You may want to read up on
’s LK970 findings and measurements on many of the things you speak of, which do cross over to the LK990. (Automatic Power Control, results using test patterns, etc.)