it’s black level—> low, correct?
If you want limited range, yes.it’s black level—> low, correct?
Hi,I had a question: If a person picked up an AVLab 4K, could they do similar to get an accurate YCbCr HDR10 video patch, or does this only work with RGB?
how do you change the HDMI to limited in a LG CX?
The HD Fury Integral (1) 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz was working in CalMAN 2017.So, picked the used one up anyways because $330 was a good price. Now, if only able to get an HDFury that works with Calman... I know that the Integral works with it, but...
Thank you for the responses. Automating the grayscale will be fine, as I have purchased R. Masciola's patterns from Diversified Video Solutions for HDR-10, DV, and HLG. So, being able to start with automated grayscale then move to his patterns for the CSM, it will still significantly speed up the process.The HD Fury Integral (1) 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz was working in CalMAN 2017.
Send an email to ask the support if it's working with the current release of CalMAN.
Newer models are not working.
Integral 2 or Vertex will work only from the HD Fury GUI utility.Thank you for the responses. Automating the grayscale will be fine, as I have purchased R. Masciola's patterns from Diversified Video Solutions for HDR-10, DV, and HLG. So, being able to start with automated grayscale then move to his patterns for the CSM, it will still significantly speed up the process.
That will hold me over until I get a device that can do YCC HDR-10 and Dolby Vision (like a videoforge pro, Murideo six-g or seven-g, or other devices that can do it or load custom patterns such as those from DVS).
From the limited searching I've done on the secondary market, I haven't seen any Integrals up for resale at the moment, so considering an Integral 2 or Vertex.
Once again, thank you.
PGenerator can be used as an automated TPG for patches.Just asking around.
I wanted to use the 4k firestick with mobileforge as my tpg. but reading your first post and you said its not accurate. So my question is what would be the best alternative?
The setup i have is below. Please let me know the be TPG i can use. How do I use a disc as a tpg in sony calman?
idisplay pro - color meter
(fill in the blank) - TPG
sony calman - calibration
Hi Sylvain,Hi all, this week I will received my new Sony XBR65-950H and I want to calibrate the TV. At the moment I have a X-rite i1Display Pro meter because I calibrate my PC monitor (Nec PA series with Nec Spectraview). I wrote to Calman and they suggest me this:
Calman for Sony
Mobile forge with AppleTV, FireTV stick or Chromecast (as a pattern generator)
According to this threads the mobile forge is not accurate.
So I read good comment on a Raspi 3 b+ with Pgenerator. I can get a full kit at amazon link: Rasberry Pi 3 B+ kit
is this a good kit ?
Now for my hardware setup
I don't have a laptop but in the living room I have an Intel NUC (8 gen) with Windows 10. On the NUC I can set to RGB or ycbcr and the option for range : None, Limited and Full
Can I install Calman on the NUC and use it to calibrate the TV with the RasPI PGenerator ? Otherwise I will need to use my PC (Calman) and purchase a 30ft USB extension cable from PC to the Meter in the living Room.
How the Raspi Pgenerator interact with Calman ?
I also saw a video on Youtube a guy using Madvr as a pattern generator but I don't know if it's bit perfect as a pattern generator. The pattern was taking full screen when measuring and after was minimize to show the Calman software and it was switching from Calman to MadVR automatically.
I want to get the good hardware and software and ease of use to calibrate SDR signals and maybe HDR if possible.
Thank you all for helping me
Please see the first posts of the PGenerator thread.Thank you, I will go with the RASpi Pgenerator. will just need to learn how to configure the Raspi Pgenerator.
How about using my NUC with Calman and the Raspi Rpgenerator to calibrate the tv ?
Will Pgenerator pattern goes away after reading to display Calman on my TV screen ?
Hi,Since I only have a NUC (no laptop) if I install Calman on the NUC and use RASpi Pgenerator I will have to switch back and forth between HDMI input between each measurements. This is going to be tricky.
If I use my PC I will have to buy a USB extension cable (30 ft) for the sensor. Will this affect the sensor readings accuracy ?
Do I need to get a special USB cable extension ?
USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 ?