What calabration program and where to buy

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  1. Michael_Faulk

    Michael_Faulk Auditioning

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    I am interested in a video calibration program.
    Whats the best/quickest and where can I purchase it?
     
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    for a computer?

    Or a calibration disc such as Avia/DVE?

    You can get the latter from a variety of stores and sources, and online.
     
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    for DLP/LCD projectors and Plasmas.
    Would software that worked for projectors and LCDs also work for LCD TVs?
     
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    For LCD TV's pay particulary close attention to how the top end gets clipped. They have a tendency to clip more severely than other TV's. The 10 step pattern is another good one to view when working with LCD TV's. Make certain the brightest two steps are not crushed into a single intensity. If that happens you are way too high on contrast. Watch out for viewing angle. LCD's vary their appearance with your viewing angle. Make your calibrations from the same angle as you are going to view it.
     

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