With the dual SDI module on the 11, an X-rite beamer and Cinespace it is quite strait foreword to achive calibration to whatever profile you need.
The best way to do this, especially the first time, is to contact someone who does monitor calibration professionally and have them come in and do it. You can then ask a lot of questions as to the best methods and tools to maintain that calibration yourself. There are programs like Cal Man that are very good for this. You will, of course, need some sort of probe, and with a plasma monitor, you don't want a contact probe device, you want something that will sit a bit of distance from the surface of the monitor.
Like I said, if you want this to be done right, step #1 is calling in someone to do it. It will be $300-400 well spent. Barring that, you might want to check out AVS Forum online, where you'll find a lot more detailed descriptions.
you are more experienced and educated in color management the me, I am still strugling to get an understanding of the matter.
So I just want to share my findings, fresh from today, and hear your thoughts.
The 11 has a built in "monitor" setup that brings its max white to around 50cd/m^2 so I guess it is not aimed for rec 709. More then that, with Cinespace profiler I got a profile with blacks around 0.05 cd/m^2 and very good decoupling error.
All that was done today so I have not tested it fully.
But the image I saw of Redlog material from the Scratch with a Lut based on this profile was very impressing.
Also, I believe I have every single auto setting turned off, however, are there any hidden away that one might miss.
Thanks for any info,
could you get pretty good results sending out bars via HDMI and using the blue only option that a MXO/MXO2 offers?
If I don't get a probe can I make a calibration with a blue filter?
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