correct order for calibration

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  1. Carmine

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    hey guys.

    just wondering what the correct order is for calibrating an lcd rptv. ie - contrast, color, grayscale, etc.


    thanks so much
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  2. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Contrast

    Brightness (Brightness and contrast affect each other sometimes ... so interactive.)

    Grayscale

    Color/Tint (Can usually be interchangable with grayscale and it won't matter ... but always good to double check.)

    Color Gamut alignment

    Sharpness can be done at any time.

    Image resizing and positioning can be done at any time.

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    hey again Michael. not sure i understand what color gamut alignment is. would u be able to briefly explain?

    thanks so much.
     
  4. Michael TLV

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    Color gamut is realigning the color triangle. Very few sets have this feature.

    Samsung DLPs have it (some)
    Sharp LCD flats have it ...

    Making sure your cyans are not too blue or too green ...

    Making sure your magentas are not too blue or too red ...

    Making sure your yellows are not red or too green ... etc. Color decoding stuff.

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    oh ok i got ya...

    thanks again Michael.
     

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