Calibration for Color correction

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    we have a reference monitor and a reference jvc projector in post production studio,If we want to deliver the video content For Color Correction for cinema theater what gamma value should we set for each whenever we want to calibrate them?

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    Alan,
    you mean we have to calibrate and set Gamma 2.6 for both monitor and projector?
    Is it matter what resolution do we have (HD,2K,4K)?

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    @amirmortazavi 4391 wrote:

    Alan,
    you mean we have to calibrate and set Gamma 2.6 for both monitor and projector?
    Is it matter what resolution do we have (HD,2K,4K)?

    If you stated accurately what you meant to say in post#1, yes to your first question. I’m assuming that you maintain the correct viewing environment conditions for color correction. Gamma is partly dependent upon viewing environment conditions. Reference gamma must be understood to be used in reference viewing environment conditions. In theory, the resolution of the monitor shouldn’t matter when discussing proper gamma.

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    Just for sure ,You mean if we want to do color correction for a video content and deliver it for cinema theater(not for home theater) we should set Gamma for 2.6 while calibrating our monitor and projector in post house and for cinema theater projector,right?

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    @amirmortazavi 4395 wrote:

    Just for sure ,You mean if we want to do color correction for a video content and deliver it for cinema theater(not for home theater) we should set Gamma for 2.6 while calibrating our monitor and projector in post house and for cinema theater projector,right?

    Simple logic. If the program is intended for commercial digital cinema viewing using 2.6 gamma, color correction should be performed under the same conditions.

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