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Unread 11-30-2008, 03:42 PM   #1
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Default Help!...with ControlCal and 110FD

I am trying to use ControlCal to transfer ISF DFay/Night settings from my Input 4 (HDMI) to Input 5 (HDMI). I can turn on the display, load the 8G profile, start the calibration, set the input, set ISF Day/Night and poll the display for the Input 4 settings with no problem. I can set Input 5 active, set/ISF Day/Night, set Color Space 6 and load all settings except Y-Delay which shows a display error and appears in red. I can poll all settings except Y-Delay on Input 5.

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Unread 12-01-2008, 02:15 PM   #2
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You mean Colorspace 2 and Color Temp 6, correct?

Y-Delay does not apply on Digital Inputs (i.e. HDMI) and the Y-Delay Control Label will turn Red on REFRESH and/or give you an error code if you try to set a value when attempted on a Digital Input. You can ignore the fact that it turns Red on REFRESH.
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You mean Colorspace 2 and Color Temp 6, correct?

Y-Delay does not apply on Digital Inputs (i.e. HDMI) and the Y-Delay Control Label will turn Red on REFRESH and/or give you an error code if you try to set a value when attempted on a Digital Input. You can ignore the fact that it turns Red on REFRESH.
Yup Color Temp 6...ISF Day was programmed with Colorspace 1 and ISF Night with Colorspace 2 .

So, how do I "Not set a value" for Y-Delay? If I don't touch the setting (Default is 0), ControlCal still seems to try and write a value and produces the error. This was followed by some strange values showing up on REFRESH, such as Contrast at 46 (when I wrote 41) and Zoom at 2 (when I wrote 0).
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You can't disable the Y-Delay Control in ControlCAL....

It can be safely ignored, when you use SEND ALL, the display simply sends ControlCAL one of the Error Codes, nothing is changed, no big deal..
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You can't disable the Y-Delay Control in ControlCAL....

It can be safely ignored, when you use SEND ALL, the display simply sends ControlCAL one of the Error Codes, nothing is changed, no big deal..
Okee dokee...thanks and I'll try again.
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There was a little debate if I should release a P2 version without the Y-Delay Control but most agreed they didn't want more files to load..

Since I don't know the specific steps you did, it's difficult to comment on the Contrast Setting.. the Zoom/Screen Size Control cal be tricky at times since this is a dynamic Control...
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