My User Settings for High Definition (HD) - Samsung LE40A656
Suitable for blu-ray players, DVD Upscalers etc. No Service Menu settings have been changed. These settings are for all firmware versions.
Black Adjust: Off
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Colour Space: Custom
Flesh Tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: Off
Custom Colour Space: Red|Green|Blue
Red: 23 | 0 | 0
Green: 0 | 38 | 0
Blue: 0 | 0 | 43
Yellow: 43 | 43 | 0
Cyan: 0 | 46 | 48
Magenta: 27 | 0 | 45
Colour Tone: Warm1
Size: Just Scan
Screen Mode: 16:9
Digital NR: Off
HDMI Black Level: Normal
100Hz Motion Plus: Low
Blue Only Mode: Off
Entertainment Mode: Off
Energy Saving: Off
Well, I can copy and paste these advices from Samsung USA:Should I really be that worried about screen burn on my LCD tv?? Any help would be very welcomeMany thanks
Use the Rec.709 standard for measurementplease help i read and read and dont understand which encoding standard I have to use by upscaling a DVD.
The TV should encode with 709 but the material on the DVD is 601 and what does the DVD-Player send when I choose 1080P, ITU709 or ITU601. Which standard I have to choose for an upscaled DVD on the HCFR software. ITU709, ITU601 or PAL/SECAM and is PAL/SECAM the same encoding matrix like ITU601 (NTSC).
You can use a DVD player as a substitute, there's no guaruntee the results will be correct though.next question: I want to calibrate my normal SD Digital TV but there is no possibillity to create test pattern over my Digital box (Scart). Can I use the DVD-Player over Scart to get nearly correct values for my Digital box ?
Very complicated for me...
The spyder2express came so busy night for me. Just to confirm, Once I have the colorimeter on the LCD TV I then click the relevant part of HCFR then find the right pattern on the AVSHD DVD? HCFR should then pick up the info so I can adjust accordingly.
By the way Paul, many thanks for your help so far very much appreciated.
You should use the xyY display. For the greyscale you should be aiming for: x = .313, y = .329 and Y = is variable depending on what % of white your measuring.Hi,
I am trying to use HCFR but can you tell me the optimum DelatXE settings that I should be aiming for? The results show as XYZ but I dont know what I should be adjusting to get the graphs looking right.
Nope. The graphs represent the values from the previous set of measurements.Hi,
When using hcfr can you adjust the settings and see the graphs changing immediately or do you have to amend them then run another test?
Alan's completely correct.Hi
Screen burn on LCD TVs? I don't think so.
Big on the market these days are the active LCD picture frames with static photos. Do they suffer from screen burn? I don't think so!
I've been using the same LCD screen with my PC for the last 7 years with a static picture screensaver when not in use. Screen burn? Er... No!
The manufacturers are covering their collective whatsits.