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AJA ColorBox – Technical Notes

Calman Required Version Calman Studio, Video Pro, or Ultimate Calman 5.15.0.4 Calman Required Workflows Calibration – 3D LUT Required Hardware AJA ColorBox…

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MadVR Envy Calibration with Calman

Welcome to the madVR Envy Calman Calibration Guide. The purpose of this guide is to help experienced calibrators quickly get up to…

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LG 2021/22 OLED and NanoCell AutoCal Guide

Calman can guide the calibration of compatible 2021 and 2022 LG TVs in SDR, HDR10, and Dolby Vision modes. This assures the…

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White-OLED/RGB-OLED Perceptual Matching

The goal of this document is to describe the process of perceptually matching White OLED displays to RGB OLED mastering monitors with Calman…

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Video Content Ranges

Video content is generally displayed in either Full (or PC) range, or Video (or SMPTE, legal). This determines the greyscale range of the displayed content. This article will illustrate the differences….

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Using DaVinci Resolve with Calman

DaVinci Resolve color correction software interfaces directly with Calman Display Calibration Software to create a display calibration 3D LUT file for a secondary display driven through a Blackmagic Design video output device…

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Understanding the Color Decoder

A video display color decoder converts a YCbCr digital video signal back into its original RGB format. Modern video displays with HDMI digital inputs process video signals in YCbCr format. However, at the end of a display’s video processing path, the YCbCr component video signal needs to be converted back to an RGB signal, to be usable by the display’s imaging control device (e.g. electron gun and phosphors in a CRT, imaging chip(s) and filters in an LCD). This conversion of the processed YCbCr component video signal into an RGB signal is done by the display’s color decoder….

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Sharpness Adjust

The Sharpness feature in modern displays was originally designed to visually enhance low-resolution source content by enhancing the brightness transitions at the edges of objects in a scene. This edge enhancement creates a thin halo effect at all image edges….

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Picture Mode

As the first step in display calibration, you should investigate the effects of the various picture viewing modes provided by the display. Each of the provided viewing mode selections contains a unique combination of picture and operational characteristics. You want to select one or more of the available picture modes as a starting point(s) for the calibration. Depending upon the display model, some modes may be less suitable or totally unsuitable for calibration….

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Perceptually matching multiple displays in Calman

The first step is to calibrate your primary Display to your target standard Put your secondary Display into a picture mode and…

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