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BT.1886 OLED peak white: internal controls vs. 'limit max luminance' feature

 
Author blasetheodore
ZRO
#1 | Posted: 20 Sep 2016 01:10 
Hello.

I'm calibrating an LG E6 OLED, which seems to peak at around 450cd. I can bring the brightness down to 100cd via the internal controls. Though I'd love to use the "limit max luminance" feature. The latter is obviously quite desirable for its flexibility. (And also a wider gamut?) But I want to make sure I'm not introducing banding or artifacts by compressing the luminance down almost 5x by LUT.

I'm building 17pt LUTS and applying them via the 33pt Taranex box.

Thoughts on this?

Thanks for reading,
Blase

Author Steve

INF
Male
#2 | Posted: 20 Sep 2016 05:45 
Should be no problem!
That is what the feature is there for...

Steve
Steve Shaw
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