[Tig] Re: color 9300k
John David Hukom
Mon May 22 00:52:09 BST 2006
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Mabuhay from the Philippines.
Can anyone shed some light on this concern.
Our facility wide calibration is white point is at 6500k.
When we do TV out projects like commercials we are baffled with the
idea that most of the tvs in asia are standard to 9300k
The TVs at "standard setting" is cool and in fact when I switched my
Grading SGI CRT at 9300k the color in the TV and the SGI CRT
My Ecinema on the other hand does not have a 9300k LUT and the answer
of ECinema on our query is that 9300 and other white points is not
the standard, 6500k is.
BUt how do we categorically say to our TVC clients that what they see
in the screen is what they will see on most Asia TVs. If what they
see on our "grading " reference monitor is not what they expect.
If what they see is warmer image on our grading crt and if they
dubout and playback on a normal tv what they see does not match what
we saw on our SGI( 23 inch SGI CRT) monitors.
The same with our E cinema. ... I also took a simple survey of TVs
during broadcast and the TV out from our grading system (I connected
a CRT Sony Wega to our Nucoda Film Master System).
All our systems like the nitris shows the material warmer than the TV
Unfortunately its what we see on the Sony wega that is closer to what
we will see on air.
And thats not just "our tv" sets but even looking at other households.
I hope anyone can shed light on this. At least something clients can
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