I’m trying to calibrate my LG OLED TV (old model, 1080p) for watching movies from my media player (Dune HD). In order to hardware calibrate it I choose to buy the BMD bidirectional 12G converter to serve as a LUT box. In order to get reference test patterns from the Resolve I bought the BMD mini monitor (non 3G) which I connected to my MacBook. The first time I’ve tried to calibrate i connected the converter with the mini monitor and ran the calibration procedure for 3D LUT. I turned out that when I import the LUT in the converter the screen gets green cast. The solution I figured out is to set the SDI 4:4:4 in Resolve setting ON. It made the picture normal looking. I think the problem is with YCbCr conversion. It looks like that LUT only operate properly when the signal is RGB full or limited.
My biggest confusion is with getting settings right. The settings I tried are:
Contrast/ Brightness set to default
Gamut set to wide
Video level set to low
Levels set to video
Settings: Resolve 1886, Rec 709
White drift compensation: on
Correction: OLED B6
White, Black and Gamut set to as measured
XYZ LUT+ matrix
Input, output settings: 235-235
Cube size: 33
Verification: Still can’t understand which are the correct settings.
BMD bidirectional 12g set to video levels
I will be thankful if you can give some kind of a workflow. I get very red red measurements after I done a verification. Thanks
I apologize for my English. It’s not my native language. Have a great day/night!
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