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Unread 05-23-2012, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default Panasonic 65VT50 ISFccc Settings Calibration Report and ControlCAL Settings File

North American TC-P65VT50

First of all I'm new to calibrating and have a lot to learn. I would appreciate any feedback offered. At the moment I have only done Cal Day and when I can get to Cal Night I'll post the reports and export the XML file.
I used an i1 Pro (recently calibrated by Tom Huffman) so my 10 and 20% grayscale are not great. I have some pretty large dE in the gamut and without the luminance controls working I don't have enough experience to get them lower. I would love some help on this if anyone has any suggestions.
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File Type: txt 5-23.txt (3.6 KB, 422 views)
File Type: pdf Cal Day Panasonic VT50.pdf (287.5 KB, 506 views)

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Unread 05-24-2012, 07:07 PM   #2
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I've gone back through the isf Day and lowered the main Color control and got a better dE in the gamut. I also ran a isf Night and I'm attaching it.
I would still like to get any comments or feedback.
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File Type: zip VT50 ISF Cal Day.zip (183.3 KB, 164 views)

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Unread 06-01-2012, 03:16 PM   #3
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Here is a ISF Night calibration with the Warm 2 Color Temp.
I still wish I could get the color dE better but this is what I got.
Please, if anyone has any feedback or suggestions I would love to hear them.
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Unread 06-04-2012, 07:16 PM   #4
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Here are my newest calibrations. The Night has an output just under 35 ftL and the Day is much brighter than my previous @ almost 46 ftL. The dE on the night gamut is very good and good on the Day with Yellow @ a 3 dE
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File Type: zip VT50 Cal Day 6-5.zip (193.7 KB, 108 views)

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OK, this is it!!! I'm going to keep this one for a while. The output is just under 45 ftL so it should be pretty bright.
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OK, this is it!!! I'm going to keep this one for a while. The output is just under 45 ftL so it should be pretty bright.
thanks look very nice to me
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thanks look very nice to me
Thank you. I hope it's helpful
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OK, this is it!!! I'm going to keep this one for a while. The output is just under 45 ftL so it should be pretty bright.
Can you post the settings .
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Setting worked and so did controlcal bestb program ever
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Can you post the settings .
He includes the ControlCAL xml file.. you can simply click on it to see the settings or load them in with ControlCAL.

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Hi, first sorry for my bad English, school long-lost...

1: I try read Yours XML picture setting and write to my 65VT50 but i don't understand why in my plasma menu some picture settings to be different score sum... for example: in Your XML contrast value set "100" in my tv i can put only max "60"... I download ControlCAL 1.5 but can't read XML file - only some CDP profiles...

2: I use only one media player - TV. I play movie films from "Media Server" option witch my 3TB HDD DLNA. Why beautiful picture mode: "THX Cinema" and "THX Bright Room" only shows on this AV mode: "HDMI" or "TV" but in Media Server (internet application like youtube too...) this profiles hides

I try set professional1 mode to THX Cinema and professional2 to THX Bright Room but any settings don't work... Thanks for help! Regards
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VT50's in the UK, Europe and North American have different options and ranges.... these reports and settings are for a North American VT50.
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I downloaded both night and day files. What do I do next? Is there a VT50 step by step instruction list for people that have never used the program and haven't even downloaded it? Thanks.
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I downloaded both night and day files. What do I do next? Is there a VT50 step by step instruction list for people that have never used the program and haven't even downloaded it? Thanks.
You need ControlCAL G/VT30 Edition v2, See: http://www.controlcal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=755

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Here is my new ISF Day with the new firmware. I must say it looks much better.
I will try to have my ISF Night by next week.

BTW I accidentally left the Coutour Emp On - This should be set to Off
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Here is the Night settings. Output is 34 ftL
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I was noticing on the spreadsheet that you had to crank blue saturation up to 30 when using 46 for color.

I left mine at 14 as it looked like it wasn't being responsive above that. Don't think I went up to 30 to just test it.

By any chance, did you try raising color up from 46 to see if that helped raise blue saturation.

I'll probably do that but will have to wait for another night this week.
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I was noticing on the spreadsheet that you had to crank blue saturation up to 30 when using 46 for color.

I left mine at 14 as it looked like it wasn't being responsive above that. Don't think I went up to 30 to just test it.

By any chance, did you try raising color up from 46 to see if that helped raise blue saturation.

I'll probably do that but will have to wait for another night this week.
In my case, it did help.
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Fine job Wmwilker! Much better results than what I got . I used the blue filters to balance the blue/gray cyan/magenta colors, but using your profiles those are not balanced at all using the blue filter. I have much to learn still, so thanks for sharing your results!

I was also too conservative on contrast/brightness, and as such your results are what I will base my explorations on rather than sticking to the way I was evaluating reference blacks and whites the way I was doing.

Thanks again!
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Hopefully someone can help. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but I'm not getting anywhere near 45ftL for my max output at 100%. I took wmwilker's ISF Day setting above, loaded it into ControlCAL and using Calman and the Spectracal C6 I keep reading 35-36ftL as my max. What am I doing wrong? I know it doesn't have to be that high for a good picture I just wanted to see how it looked and compare it to what I have. 36ftL is the highest I could get using panel brightness MID and having contrast at 100.

Any ideas? Is there something I'm missing?
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