I talk about the creation and usage of Matrix Correction (CCMX) files in HCFR and JVC Autocal.
Dynamic light control on projector can take the form of lamp or laser dimming or dynamic irises, while on flat panels, full-panel, edge or full-array local dimming. We discuss these different methods in this article.
I talk about CCSS file creation and usage with HCFR. I also touch on CCSS file usage in JVC Autocal.
I talk about Sensor Selection with HCFR. While this is not a detailed article, it should serve as an introduction to newcomers.
I discuss the basics characteristics of displays that everyone who is half serious about home cinema needs to know about: brightness, contrast, greyscale, gamma, colour gamut and colour volume.
Simple Home Cinema covers JVC's automatic projector calibration software, JVC Autocal, which is an indispensable tool for your JVC projector.
Filmmaker Mode disables motion smoothing, but is that really the right thing to do for film material?
I take a casual look at Lumagen's and JVC's DTM solutions as well as Epson's and Sony's in-between static and dynamic approach.
Introduction This is not a review as such, but my impressions on my time with the Sony XW7000. The unit was not supplied by Sony, it was not a "golden sample" and this article is not solicited in any way. This is critical in my opinion as reviewers are sent golden samples by the manufacturers... Continue Reading →
Greyscale is one of the most important elements of a calibrated image for your TV or projector. We take an overview of what it means and the controls available to calibrate them.
I have decided to provide some final thoughts and some final ANSI and ADL measurements with this article.