If you have a C6, there is one that Portrait creates for those meters only. For the I1D3, Portrait has stated that CalMAN is limited to using the XRite SDK EDRs by their OEM reseller agreement with XRite. Until XRite itself adds a WOLED EDR to the SDK, there won't be one.Also, it would be better to have an edr for woled and I1pro. We just have Raw xyz mode and not everyone have access to a spectro.
That certificate is to reassure the buyer that the meter meets published specs, nothing more. It would be impossible to take this into account for your calibration. For one thing, dE doesn't tell you in which direction the meter varies, only that it lies a certain distance from the target value, and you absolutely would have to have the directional info to build a correction. They would have to build an individual EDR for every single C6 they sell, and that is simply not practical. The answer is a meter profile done by a user on his or her individual display using his or her individual meter and a reference spectro. That way variance in both the display and colorimeter are accounted for.C6 HDR2000 Certification - I noticed that my C6 HDR2000 came with a certificate that states its DeltaE values for R/G/B...
Are these values taken into account during calibration?
Why is the standard recommendation for SDR to use 4:2:2 over 4:4:4?HDTV SDR Content Calibration (video monitors & consumer TVs)
VideoForge PRO Source Settings options for HDTV SDR content:
Note: When enabling BT.2020 color space for SDR, the Color Format should be set to “RGB Limited,” as the VideoForge PRO does not support correct BT.2020 triplets for YCbCr output.
- Color Format: YCbCr 4:2:2 10-bit
- BT.2020: Disabled
- HDR: Off
That is old information, the VFP Had a firmware update several years ago that fixed YCBCR BT.2020
I use RGB limited 8bit for SDR and HDR, For Dolby Vision the generator automatically uses rgb full because of the RGB Tunneling of 12bit YCBCR into 8bit rgb full that DV uses.What settings should I be using then to calibrate SDR then?
How about HDR10 & DoVi given that the SDR information is outdated?
RGB Limited 8-bit makes more sense to me for SDR. Why does the guide recommend YCbCr 4:2:2 10-bit though even for Rec.709?I use RGB limited 8bit for SDR and HDR, For Dolby Vision the generator automatically uses rgb full because of the RGB Tunneling of 12bit YCBCR into 8bit rgb full that DV uses.
The guide has generic advice, I am giving you LG specific recommendations based on years of testing.RGB Limited 8-bit makes more sense to me for SDR. Why does the guide recommend YCbCr 4:2:2 10-bit though even for Rec.709?
Wouldn't you want to use RGB Limited 10-bit though for HDR10?
VideoForge Pro and Murideo 6G Only support receiving 8 bit values from Calman. They can output 10bit signal, but cannot address discreet 10bit values that cannot be shifted from 8 bit values. So the generator itself converts 8 to 10. So there really is no benefit if you’re just measuring window patterns. In practice you should see zero difference either way.Awesome. I appreciate that. I'll stick with RGB Limited 8-bit for SDR.
Just curious though why you recommend 8-bit over 10-bit for HDR10 though?