As some of you know, Jim Peterson from Lumagen® posted a webinar presentation
he provided to dealers and calibrators in December, 2017.
While that document contained a lot of useful information, I was struggling to process that along with the manual, so I combined excerpts from the webinar, the manual, tech tips, forum posts, and ChromaPure calibration information into an 88-page document to help me understand setup and calibration of the Radiance™ Pro, as well as to create a step-by-step guide to calibration.
This guide has become especially pertinent for me as we have been witnessing the birth and evolution of the Dynamic Tone Mapping. I had shared this directly with a few members, but decided to ask Jim's permission to post this more widely, and have uploaded to Google Drive, so you can download it if you wish.
Jim just asked that I caution that this is not an official Lumagen® document; it is an aggregation of information
that I collected.
I suspect the section on tone mapping
may be of the most interest, since the development managed to get ahead of the manual, so if you want to take a peek, it starts on page 69
. Note that to retain the proper formatting, you will need to download it as the original MS Word document, as it doesn't properly format when viewed.
If you all catch any errors, please let me know. Jim caught a few things after scanning it briefly before starting his vacation, but I am sure there is room for improvement. Any items highlighted in red are issues that I noticed, but have not yet addressed.
Here is the link to the document