Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD
Hi, Wide Gamut option is only helpful when you use the LG in post production for SDR @ ISF mode to calibrate for DCI-P3 or use eeColor for 3D LUT with 65-Point Cube (or other processors with smaller cube size) bypassing LG's poor CMS controls.
Ah, ok. My eeColor LUT arrived yesterday, and I set it up using the normal gamut as I assumed the wide or extended would just result in the colours covered by rec.709 just getting crammed into a smaller number space and lose accuracy (e.g. end up using something like 0-0.900 rather than 0-1.000 for each point in the cube). So there would actually be a benefit in re-running the eeColor calibration in wide for normal TV, blu ray and DVD playback?
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