I’m desperate after having now tried for 2 days to create a 3dlut with DisplayCal for eeColorBox:
the result is always a washed out picture, compared to the manually calibrated (or even non-calibrated) projector image.
I think I’ve now tried every possible combination of RGB-range settings, that makes sens to me:
1. PC: 0-255 + MadVR 16-235 + projector 16-235
2. PC: 0-255 + MadVR 0-255 + projector 0-255
3. PC: 16-235 + MadVR 0-255 + projector 16-235
4. PC: 16-235 + MadVR 16-235 + projector 16-235
all those ones I tried in combination with
3dlut-file-settings for eeColor Box:
a. input: 16-235 + output: 16-235
b. input: 0-255 + output: 0-255
c. input: 16-235 + output: 0-255
d. input: 0-255 + output: 16-235
And the resulting 3dlut still gives a washed out picture compared to 3dlut_6 (=pass-through) or eecolor-box switched of.
Can anybody help?
What’s your measurement device, the make/model and the actual contrast ratio of your projector (measure through madTPG, in DisplayCAL menu Tools -> Report on uncalibrated display)? And what tone curve are you using for the 3D LUT?
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I use so far HCFR with EODIS3 for the basic in my JVC projector set.
Unfortunately I am neither a Spezi nor can I speak English well 🙁
I would like to use DisplayCal to adjust and measure my projector together with madVR on my HTPC to get the best possible picture.
That should be possible with a 3D LUT.
Therefore, I allow myself here the question of whether you know a German specialist, the one time for money by TeamViewer shows the necessary settings and steps.
Thank you and have a nice weekend
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