In the beginning everything seems so simple and uncomplicated. Then you find out many things that are not in the tutorial or any manual. For example after how many hours of operation you should calibrate your TV for the first time, that you should warm up your TV 30 minutes before each calibration, that the Raw XYZ mode is not ideal and that you should use a different EDR that is not provided by CalMAN.
Or that you should turn off the TPC option in the Service Menu for calibrations, that the Lightning LUT method is not ideal but the other methods have other problems. And much more ...
The 'simple and straightforward method' may or may not give you decent results.
In my experience, you can get lost quite quickly if something does not work directly. Then you spend many hours trying to figure out what went wrong.
Why can things not just be simple?
I have to say though, I watched a film in hdr from my shield and played a lot of Jedi Fallen Order on my One X last night, and it looked fantastic. So I think I’ll just try and ignore all of the possible things that could be changed.
This was using the rawXYZ setting as well, and the latest firmware.
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