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Panasonic TX-65EZ1002B

Author Vassily
#1 | Posted: 6 Dec 2017 14:58 
Did anybody have a chance to look at the Panasonic Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR OLED Television - TX-65EZ1002B
They say it supports the 3D LUT calibration. Which format of LUT does it use. If I export LUT from LightSpace in Panasonic17_12bits (*.vlt) format can it be loaded to the Panasonic TV


Author Steve

#2 | Posted: 6 Dec 2017 16:10 
Hi Vassily,
We have no idea. We have made requests to Panasonic for info on their LUT format, and for LightSPace integration.
No response...
All we can suggest is that if you have the display you test their LUT capability, and see what works.
It is very annoying that we cannot find someone to communicate with at Panasonic...

Steve Shaw
Mob Boss at Light Illusion

Author ConnecTED
#3 | Posted: 8 Dec 2017 00:49 
It can work with any *.cube format of LS.

One of my friends has performed it with LightSpace at October.

https://hdtvpolska.com/funkcja-3d-lut-w-panasonic-ez1000-test-kalibracji-tv-metoda-3d -lut/

It has some issues, you need to have contrast at 100 and all white balance/gamma to default, also the mapping of the correction to the signal is not exact aligned, so better to skip use that feature and use external 3D LUT box and not the internal (which is only one slot).

There zero info about the procedure, to any manual. 1D LUT is not working also.

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