Originally Posted by Mike Garrett
"Go to HDR menu (tab 2 I think) and change the default from HDR to User 1.
Then setup User 1 with one of the two Panasonic profiles.
Then set Gamma to 2.2. With Gamma 2.2 the Panasonic will be doing the tone mapping, not the projector."
They are working together, since you selected the profile in the projector.
Perhaps the confusion is the term "working together." My understanding is that, prior to the new firmware, if you output HDR from the 820, and you had the HDR Optimizer in the 820 set to "on," BOTH the 820 AND the JVC projector would do the tone mapping. I obtained this understanding from reading multiple threads on the 820 forum.
Now, you seem to be saying that, with the new JVC firmware, if you set the 820 to output HDR and you set the HDR Optimizer to "on," and you select one of the new Panny Color profiles in the JVC projector (and you set Gamma to 2.2 ), then only the 820 will do the tone mapping.
So I just think we're trying to confirm that the updated firmware has basically stopped the projector from ALSO doing tone mapping when the 820 is outputting HDR, the HDR Optimizer is on, and gamma is set to 2.2.
Your point about then "working together" makes sense, if you look at it in that context, but I think the confusion was whether "working together" meant that BOTH units were doing some tone mapping.