Joined: 06 Mar 2006 Posts: 16809 Location: Ottawa, Canada
TV/Projector: JVC DLA-RS56
Link Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 2:25 pm Post subject:
You need to go through a calibration using whatever calibration software you choose to use. That's the only way to adjust gamma to the correct amount. You need to graph it and see the results.
The Moome card likely has a single pot on it to adjust the gamma boost amount? You would turn it all the way down, graph the results, then turn up and graph again, until you have the gamma curve you want. More advanced gamma controls like found on advanced video processors like the Radiance will allow 20+ point adjustment so that you can tweak the curve to be exactly correct.
The product with the adjustment (be it the Moome card or Radiance) won't explain how to adjust it correctly as that's really advanced and depends on the display/source/etc. That's done through the calibration software/meter package you choose to use.
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