Originally Posted by adolfotregosa
Yes I'm talking STATIC COLOR SELECTION and LED ELEMENT GLOBAL CALIBRATION is affecting static color selection
If I set static color to 30,30,30 ( supposedly white ) and then use LED ELEMENT GLOBAL CALIBRATION to calibrate my "white" to 6500k all is fine, in my case I get 31, 20, 18 but if I increase my "brightness" from 30,30,30 to 200,200,200 my white is no longer white but yellow. Need a video?
No we don't need a video for that, since for the moment you are mixing things up in settings and in all case most results depends on distance to wall and wall reflection and color.
You cannot increase brightness from 30 to 200, there is no 200 value for brightness (it's from 0 to 31), what you are talking about here is STATIC COLOR SELECITON (which is ONLY used for STATIC COLOR EFFECT), those are RGB intensity values as per the link I gave you.
Yes LED ELEMENT GLOBAL CALIBRATION affect ALL LEDS and therefor all LEDS effect, which is not the case for STATIC COLOR SELECTION if you are following me.
You said you increase brightness from 30,30,30 to 200,200,200, since you cannot increase brightness to 200,200,200, you are talking about RGB value for static color selection and in this case 30,30,30 is VERY DARK GREY, very close to black ! (just enter those value on link I gave you)
200,200,200 is clear grey value.
Also, you cannot use STATIC COLOR led effect and expect to calibrate this way for ACTIVE VIDEO, that cannot work, since STATIC COLOR is 0-255 RGB value, while ACTIVE VIDEO, 99% of the time is YCbCr 0/16-235
So to calibrate ACTIVE VIDEO, better use TEST VIDEO from HDMI Source. If you can get same results as insaneware above youtube video, then you are prolly good.
Bottom line is this: STATIC COLOR is an effect, for example, if you turn off TV and want to have a defined RGB color in your room when TV is OFF, then that's the purpose of this effect, nothing else.
ACTIVE VIDEO calibration is made using LED ELEMENT GLOBAL COLOR CALIBRATION (from 0 to 31) and eventually VIDEO GAMMA if wall is not pure white.
There will be more settings to fine tune everything as well as more HDR>SDR profile in the future so be patient on that.