I guess this Forum has come to an end ?
Depends what you mean. CalMAN pathetically doesn't support HDR 20 point AutoCal for 2019 Samsungs, but I haven't seen info one way or the other about 2020 Samsungs, so you'd have to ask Portrait Displays about that. With an HDR capable pattern generator (like madTPG, or PGenerator+HD Fury) and software that supports it, it would be possible to generate the correct patterns, if you know what the correct adjustment points are. If you can't find someone who knows what they are, you'd have to go through a laborious search&measure process to try to determine what they are, but if you succeeded, then you'd be able to do manual calibration. One other consideration is whether your meter is accurate for luminance over 1000 nits.I can't resign myself...There is some kind of solution?
Even a payed one?
Steve, as I remember, some of the adjustment points I've seen given for some of these sets are in decimal values, not integer. Would rounding be an issue in such cases?Does anyone collate the correct pattern values for the different TVs out there?
(HDR and SDR.)
With the imminent release of the Free ColourSpace ZRO, with a HDFury, it would be possible to generate matching .CSV (Excel) patch lists for all known TVs, and perform a calibration for HDR (and SDR, obviously).
We already have matching .CSV lists available for the various patch sequences on Ryan's discs.
Be aware that the SDR adjustment points aren't actually 5% steps either, at least on the Q90R.I don't understand the meaning of the samsung hdr 20-point white calibration,
it is unusable since it does not use standard calibration points
samsung engineers, how did they think the average home user could use this feature?