Latest Multi-HDR table:
. Changed "Mura correction factory calibration" to "Mura / defect correction" in order to avoid confusion with new Display Calibration column
. Added new column "Calibration"
HDR TV can provide high quality images with more contrast and color.
These HDR images available to the end user should match the director’s intent at the grading stage.
"Calibration is based on matching industry video standards that define how an image should look on any given screen when accurately matched to the given standard.
All displays drift over time, and ageing causes a loss of brightness and gamut that is not just drift related. These changes can happen a lot quicker than expected, and regular recalibration is the only way to maintain display accuracy.
Calibration is a necessity, not an option."
1: External calibration software running on a laptop
2: External pattern generator
3: External colorimeter
=> Internal pattern generator
The internal pattern generator iTPG "reduces the barrier to entry by at least $1,500.
The iTPG has the potential to result in increased accuracy over an external TPG
for the following reasons:
. It operates at 10-bit precision, with CalMAN able to make full use of this precision
. It operates in RGB space, and is therefore not subject to the potential errors from RGB to YCbCr conversions such as rounding errors and / or incorrect matrix coefficients. "
=> Internal 3D LUT with direct access
It allows to adjust the whole of the color volume.
=> Internal colorimeter
It should reduce the barrier to entry: lower price with higher volume.
=> Internal calibration software when TV’s processor is as powerful as current laptop’s processor