Originally Posted by FenceMan
Wow could they make that any more complicated? So basically everything I need should be calibrated at this point and if I ever want to go back to stock I need to import the file that was automatically saved when I did the calibration? Also then unless I made other changes User1 and HDR are the same thing now?
Also is "everything" calibrated with one run or did I have to do one run for HDR and one for 709?
Yes, so since "HDR" color profile and rec709 color profile oth do not use the filter, and assuming you leave the manual iris in the same position, everything is calibrated with 1 autocal run.
Every color profile (except BT2020), every color temp, every gamma curve are all calibrated with 1 autocal run. But again remember that it's only for the same bulb setting. So if you want normal and high bulb calibrated you need to run autocal again. And you need to run it again for a different iris setting and if you use the BT2020 filter.
From the manual:
Option (Gamma Calib. Result)
Select the range for reflecting the gamma calibration result.
Select “Individual” if accuracy is your priority.
The calibration result is reflected only in the current mode.
However, even if another Picture Mode has been selected,
the calibration result is reflected if the setting values of
Lamp Power and Filter are the same.
Reflect to All
The calibration result is reflected in all modes.
So for the gamma portion of the calibration. It will be reflected to all modes that share the same lamp settings, BT2020 filter mode, and iris level.
If you do reflect to all, then it applies the gamma calibration to all lamp, filter, and iris positions I believe.
Color calibration however does not have a reflect option and only applies like the individual, but it will apply to all modes that share the same lamp, color filter, and iris settings.