Training Video Subscription 16 – 3D Calibration: A discussion of the history of the whole 3D for TV thing including some funny industry numbers that they would rather people not hear about. And then a discussion on the down sides of trying to calibrate for 3D. This leads into a demonstration of how you would have to do it. This one is aimed at both the enthusiast and the professional calibrator.
Training Video Subscription 17 – 10 Point Gamma: Aimed at both the professionals and the enthusiasts, this one provides the viewer with strategies on how to do a multi point system. It also provides pitfalls to look for given that these options on TVs tend to differ a lot from brand to brand.
Training Video Subscription 18 – Set Up: This one is geared toward the professional as they watch Michael unpack his calibration tool boxes and completely set up the equipment at the start of a calibration session. All with explanations of the entire process.
Training Video Subscription 19 – Delta E: Aimed at both the professional and the enthusiast, a discussion on what this system is about and why it is the preferred way to do calibration. It also covers why this methodology benefits both the person doing the work and the prying eyes of a potential client.
Training Video Subscription 20 – Day Modes: This one is geared for both enthusiasts and professionals as it sheds light on what is really possible when you try to set up something like this. The myths about what these modes do is thoroughly explained. Facts may have a way of depressing you.
Training Video Subscription 21 – Eyeballing Grayscale: This one is geared for both the enthusiast and the professional as it shows a simple way to set up the grayscale without the need for any measuring tools beyond your eyes. Sensible low tech way to do things.
Training Video Subscription 22 – Profiling Meters on Calman 4: This one is available for free on the site. It shows both professionals and enthusiasts the process of teaching one meter how a better device sees things. This is done on Calman version 4.
Training Video Subscription 23 – Profiling Meters on Calman 5: This one is available for free on the site. It shows both professionals and enthusiasts the process of teaching one meter how a better device sees things. This is done on Calman version 5.
Training Video Subscription 24 – Profiling Meters on Chromapure: This one is available for free on the site. It shows both professionals and enthusiasts the process of teaching one meter how a better device sees things. This is done on the Chromapure software.
Training Video Subscription 25 – Front Projection Calibration Set Up: This one addresses the differences between setting up for a projector versus a typical direct view TV. It shows both the professional and the enthusiast how to position their meter for calibration.
Training Video Subscription 26 – Automation Notes: This one is geared toward the professional as it describes both the benefits of automating the process and the down side of the same process. It goes a long way to predicting the response from clients when this is done.
Training Video Subscription 27 – Calibration Food Chain: This one is geared for both the enthusiast and the professional when dealing with a whole chain of devices that the video signal has to travel through in order to get to the TV.
Training Video Subscription 28 – ISF/THX Modes Vs. User Modes: This one is geared for the professional, but enthusiasts will benefit from hearing what these modes are really about as opposed to urban myths. What are these modes and how do they differ from each other?
Training Video Subscription 29 – Black & White Modes: A history of what this mode is actually about and when it matters and when it does not. This is aimed at professionals and enthusiasts that like to know why they are doing something in addition to just doing it because someone told you.
Training Video Subscription 30 – Calibration Under Studio Lights: This one is aimed at the professionals that do work for TV studios. Things to consider when you accept this type of job and things to look out for. What to do when your instruments fail you, and they will.