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Same time you would adjust colorspace?

Tried to find any documentation on when to use colormax but couldn't find anything.

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Grayscale first, then color cal, then re-check and fine tune grayscale if it changed. If you adjusted grayscale the second time, recheck color again. If color changes were made the second time, recheck grayscale again, etc. Keep checking, adjusting, re-checking as many times as it takes to get both grayscale and color right (or as close as possible) at the same time without adjusting either one. You might find that grayscale and color adjustments don't affect each other... consider yourself lucky if that's how your projector works. There are some out there that have little or no interaction between grayscale and color cal controls. But you always have to check to see what you are working with.
 

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Originally Posted by Doug Blackburn  /t/1522795/at-what-point-of-the-calibration-process-would-you-use-dpis-colormax#post_24491244


Grayscale first, then color cal, then re-check and fine tune grayscale if it changed. If you adjusted grayscale the second time, recheck color again. If color changes were made the second time, recheck grayscale again, etc. Keep checking, adjusting, re-checking as many times as it takes to get both grayscale and color right (or as close as possible) at the same time without adjusting either one. You might find that grayscale and color adjustments don't affect each other... consider yourself lucky if that's how your projector works. There are some out there that have little or no interaction between grayscale and color cal controls. But you always have to check to see what you are working with.

Thanks for the advice.

DPI recommended procedure is fairly straight forward.

I tried a bunch of different methods and the primaries are way off no matter what I do.

This is on an older DVision. The newer projectors like a Titan are pretty easy.

Time for a Lumagen or a different projector.
 
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