Display Consistency vs Absolute Calibration
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Does anyone have experience with getting displays to look similar as opposed to perfectly calibrated? On our events we often use more than one display showing the same source. This is especially critical when using multiple projectors in a blended image.
It is more important for us that the images look the same than making sure that each display device is correctly calibrated. I have tried on several identical LCD panels that comprise a LCD wall. Getting the grayscale right and then reducing all other CMS errors is no guarantee that two display devices that are the same make, model and age will look the same.
I completed the THX video calibration course earlier this year so I do have the test gear and software and have gained some experience calibrating individual displays. I would appreciate help from someone who has done this.
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