After months of playing and trying to get my Optoma GT1090HDR to show some more reasonable colors I've reached the current end of the road for it; its not a very happy ending but one I have to live with for now (until somebody builds a better short throw beamer...)
As with all stories...
Can someone tell me what laptop, HCFR and projector settings to use for proper SDR rec709 (and eventually HDR rec2020) with the equipment I have? RGB vs YBrCr 420,422,44 8,10,12 bit AND full vs Limited..
I mainly play video games and stream on PS4 Pro and watch BDs on 800m2...
I've recently calibrated my Philips 43PUS7304. The screen isn't great contrast wise due to the IPS panel, however my measured contrast after calibration is only on 581:1.
To me that is low as I read IPS screens usually go up to 1000:1. The delta E's on the greyscale and colors are down...
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I'm sorry if I ask something that has already been explained or written, but unfortunately I do not think so and since I speak bad English I find it all the harder to find something.
Is there a link to an explanation or instructions how to...
What does the HSV bars in HCFR represent?
Is it respectively (left to right) Hue, Saturation, and Video (Luminance)?
I am asking because the behavior of the bars seems rather random when I adjust the CMS (using HSV controls) on my projector.
Any pointers on how to interpret the bars...
I've been using HCFR to calibrate my Panasonic TV and the results are good, however the gamma is way too off compared to the BT.1886 reference or any gamma reference like 2.2, 2.4, etc . In the image attached (gamma.jpg), you can see the results:
-the grey dotted line is the...
I've looked over and over again at the explanation of "Data vs. Legal TV Levels". I understand the theory, however I don't understand how it works in practice.
Are all Tv's internally limited to either 16-235 or 64-940, meaning that they CAN only handle 16-235/64-940 signal even...
Quick question about HCFR.
I am attempting to use HCFR or another free program exclusively to calibrate HDTVs. These are not connected and used as monitors for my computer... they are stand alone units.
To begin I will be using a spyder 5 elite so Id like software that uses my device. The...
TV: Panasonic TC-P60ST50
Receiver: Onkyo HT-RC260
HTPC: Open Plex Home Theater | Windows 10 x64 | Intel D34010WYKH NUC
I've read every article on AVS I could find as well as articles at other sites (e.g., Chris Heinonen's ReferenceHomeTheater, LifeHacker, Kodi, etc...) and I am just a bit...
I cannot get ColorHCFR to get to work with Spyder 5.
Color HCFR fires normally when newly installed but I cannot get it to run after executing oeminst; ColorHCFR just hangs. I have also tried the oeminst that comes with the latest...
I eventually got around to having a bash at calibration with the ColorMunki Display & the UE48H6400. As I've mentioned in other threads I've only ever done one calibration run and that was against a Panasonic LCD several years ago so things have changed massively since then!
I've used the 'by...
Calibrated via Syper4TV HD, Getting Different Results than AVS 709 Disc...
Okay, so for a few years, I've been doing calibrations on my 32" Samsung using the AVS 709 disc. I've had a Spyder4 sensor for a while now, but never have given it a real go since I've heard some mixed reactions...
I'm having an issue with calibrating my LED Samsung display (SyncMaster P2250) with dispcalGUI.
I'm using i1 Display Pro colorimeter.
When I verify the results in HCFR grayscale and gamma is really good.
But for some reason the colors are way off.
Please check the attached screenshots.