As long as the colour profile has the same primaries as the DV block defines then you just use the A1 EDID as is. This is what
has done with the profile he posted I believe.
Or you can create your own using those primaries with the JVC calibration software. The latest primaries from
's superb analysis are:
Sony A1 Rx: 0.680 Ry: 0.316 Gx: 0.262 Gy: 0.688 Bx: 0.148 By: 0.059
So you can bang those in the Create screen of the Calibration Software.
A slightly cheaty approach is simply to use the built in DCI P3 colour profile since the primaries are as close as dammit anyway.
Another approach is to create a DV block with your own primaries, say BT.2020, so you're not having to change mode. In that case I'd set a maxPQ value of 1000. I've attached such an EDID in case you want to give that a go. (I haven't tried this yet to see if the player actually honours these primaries by the way
Personally I wouldn't use Automix because due to EDID size limitations it can become a bit of a crap shoot - I'd recommend using DeltaCast EDID creator and stick only what you want in the EDID and load it into slot 10 on the Vertex.
One thing to remember if you use Deltacast is that the DV string created by
's excellent utility is the string as it appears in the actual EDID block and not as it's presented in the VSVD block in the Deltacast software - the full string has 2 initial bytes (length and 0x01) and the 3 IEEE OUI bytes are transposed.
So as an example from the attached EDID, the actual DV block as created by
's utility is:
EB: 01: 46: D0: 00: 45: 03: 90: 58: 98: AA: 5C
But when entering this into Deltacast you ignore the first two bytes (the software adds them), transpose the next 3 and enter into the IEEE Registration Id (OUI) and then copy the remaining bytes as is like this: