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Margus Voll
Re: HP pavilion monitor for color grading
on Dec 29, 2014 at 10:01:34 am

If you say it is 7x% of ntsc which is much less compared to cinema P3
then you have your answer already there. It can not do it.

Also consider how you would have your calibration stored.
Eizo CG series "computer" monitors can store 3d lut for that in the monitor
so it is not dependent on computer or image path (hdmi or display port)

This is the cheap way of grading on Eizo CG model or FSI 17" grade one monitor (sdii on fsi).

I would get 24" myself.

Common entry level practice is to get 99% accuracy REC709 calibrated monitoring that you use
and later in DCP conversion pass you get proper P3 result as it is mathematically converted to be exact.

Please note that you need to calibrate properly. Lets say you rent LigthSpace for 3 days
and get a proper probe for that also rented or hire someone that can do it for you.

All the internal probes, semi pro (print calibration tools may not be adequate) are not giving you the results.



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