PANASONIC GZ2000 Calibration

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  • #21074

    Mauri
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    Hi!

    I’m about to buy the new Panasonic GZ2000 and I was wondering how to get a proper calibration using DisplayCal.

    I’m gonna be using the gz2000 as my main grading monitor for SDR mastering.

    These are my usual settings on DisplayCal:

    White Point: 6500K

    White Level: 100cd/m2

    3D LUT:

    Rec18886, 2.4 gamma.

    Thanks

    #21112

    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    settings look reasonable. The Panasonic uses LG’s white OLED (WOLED) panel technology as far as I’m aware.

    #21113

    Mauri
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    Great!

    Which TV settings do I need to change beforerunning displaycal?

    few more questions:

    -I heard that displaycal can only handle 3d luts, not 1D+3D, so it isn’t accurate for professional use as for grading in resolve. Is this true?

    -I usually export a 33×33 3D lut from displaycal and then I selecting that 3d lut in “3D video monitor lookup table”in the Resolve color management page, does the same thing apply for the GZ2000?

    thanks

    #21115

    Florian Höch
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    -I heard that displaycal can only handle 3d luts, not 1D+3D, so it isn’t accurate for professional use as for grading in resolve. Is this true?

    Frankly, no. Shaper curves (1D LUTs) are useful if the 3D LUT resolution is low (e.g. 9x9x9 instead of 33x33x33) or the mapped transfer functions are wildly dissimilar (generally not the case for R’G’B’ in R’G’B’ out).

    -I usually export a 33×33 3D lut from displaycal and then I selecting that 3d lut in “3D video monitor lookup table”in the Resolve color management page, does the same thing apply for the GZ2000?

    Does the GZ2000 support uploading LUTs?

    #21116

    Mauri
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    Does the GZ2000 support uploading LUTs?

    not sure. I can always use a LUT BOX or select the LUT inside of Resolve.

    Which LUT size do you recommend for such a tv and which TV settings do I have to change/turn off before running displaycal ?

    thanks

    #21128

    Florian Höch
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    Which LUT size do you recommend for such a tv

    This depends on what is supported by the LUT holder.

    which TV settings do I have to change/turn off before running displaycal ?

    See the hints on the main tab.

    #21131

    Mauri
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    This depends on what is supported by the LUT holder.

    I’m gonna upload the lut directly into resolve as a “3d video  monitor lut” or just buy a lut box who can support the right LUT size. the bigger the lut the better?

    See the hints on the main tab.

    what main tab?

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by Mauri.
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    #21137

    Florian Höch
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    the bigger the lut the better?

    Just go with 65x65x65 in that case.

    what main tab?

    Displays & instruments

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