Yes, the i1Display Pro Plus is supported.
yes, THe JVC autocal does provide its on patterns in the Autocal. I was using Chromapure 3 as a back check on the JVC autocal and wanted to use the Chromapure 3 built in patterns on my windows computer. I think you answered my question about signal being converted to 16-235The JVC auto-cal does not generate its own test patterns? I am not familiar with how this product works. Ordinarily, ChromaPure's built-in test patterns would be output from a laptop's HDMI out, which automatically converts the signal 16-235.
This option works on the Saturations sub-tab in the Color Gamut module, not the Saturations drop-down in the Color Management module.Hi, Tom
for the latest version of chormapure, the 20% increments in the Gamut options not working for me. I chose it, but the drop down list for color saturation still shows the 75%, 50% and 25% options.
There are any number of ways. Perhaps the most straightforward is to use the Raw Data module. Just look at the Y value of 100% white.How do I do a simple "nits" measurement? I want to measure my LG OLED and set up a Sony OLED to the same brightness to start out. I have CP3, the CP Blu Ray and an i1D3 meter.
Hi,So now I know I should always take a 100% white reading using Chromapure 3 but I am still not sure what I can use to get 75% DCI P3 Colour readings, I can use the Spears and Munsil UHD disc for 100% and 80% and 60% but I do not have access to 75% or 50% Colours.
I am lost with HDR calibration.Hi,
The S&M3 REC.2020 or P3-D65 inside REC.2020 Saturations sweeps are using 58% of PQ (203 nits):
Thank you for your responses, and for the disc. I've been able to reproduce the situation using CalMAN and the VFPro, but that leads to additional questions on my part. Attached are two gamut measurement screenshots, both for P3D65|BT.2020 using the same metadata as on the disc, one with 25%...www.avsforum.com
50% of PQ is 100 nits
HDR calibration for projectors, its a huge wild-west; you need to perform a lot of workarounds.I am lost with HDR calibration.
So I should calibrate using full 100% patterns on the S+M disc or 50% patterns for the colours ?