What is the better calibration disc. Participants Of The THX Certified Professional Video Calibration. For my disk users (Disk Copy / Digital Download). Hi guys, I'm not sure if this is possible, but I have a copy of T2 Skynet Edition, and I've used it a few times for a quick calibration of TVs over the.
Click to expand.Hi Roger44. Using a set up disc like AVSHD709 is a good idea. With a set up disc you can set brightness, contrast, sharpness, colour and tint - the latter two quite subjectively as you need the right kind of coloured lenses to look through or a blue only mode on your TV. If you do this in combination with selecting the most accurate picture mode then you will have made a good difference to the picture already. Check out AVF's Picture Perfect thread for more detail on good starter settings for your TV in this respect. However, calibration actually means to adjust to a set standard.
This presently means to Rec709, which is what's on your Blu-ray etc. The only way you can make accurate adjustments so that your TV is calibrated to this standard is by using a meter and some software. It can't be done by eye. You can certainly buy this equipment and do it yourself, although many people prefer to hire a pro calibrator like myself. Pros are likely to use more expensive/accurate gear and have the experience to get the best results. The vast majority of people who have their TVs calibrated find that the extra cost - in buying DIY equipment or hiring a pro - was worth it as they are delighted with the results. The difference between a calibrated TV, a TV that has just had basic adjustments made from a set up disc, and a completely uncalibrated TV are, in the vast majority of cases, IMO, clear to see.
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