Lumagen Scalers

Lumagen Scalers

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    Gregg Loewen

    Lumagen is excellent to work with. Call them with any problems and they will assist you.

    Lumagen scaler info
    enabling service mode adds some extra entries to the menu for configuration, such as grayscale calibration. Service mode is access by entering:
    MENU 0 9 1 0
    While in Service mode….and before you leave your clients….the last thing to do is MENU 0 9 9 7 this will save all your work to the unit itself as a back up file. You can then turn off service menu.

    Now inistruct your client that if they ever make a mistake or move stuff around and it doesn’t look good they can go to the MENU>SAVE> options and select RESTORE. That will load back up all your work and put it in top form again.
    Another way to reset the scaler is simply turn it off and back on. Clients can play to their hearts content provided they DO NOT save their settings

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    Since I’ve recently acquired a RadianceXD for familiarization & calibration practice, I’ve been collecting all of the various related documentation that I can find. There’s a fair amount of Radiance documentation available between what’s at the Lumagen site and also at Sencore’s (FTP) site.

    However, I was given this one document that I hadn’t seen at either of those places, and have provided a link to it, below (with Sencore’s / Jeff Murray’s) permission. I don’t know whether anyone will find it useful, but thought I’d share it in any case…

    FYI: Since this file (8.8MB) apparently exceeds the size limit for attachments here, I’ve provided the above link instead of trying to attach it. Also, the above link may only be valid for a week or two from this posting date, as I’m having someone else create/host my website (my own website-building effort has been “Under Construction” for too long now, and I just wasn’t getting the job done). So if you find the above link is no longer functional, please PM or email me.

    Anyway, the PDF file is 54 pages / 107 slides, and be forewarned, it does refer to Sencore’s CP6000 software (of course), but is generic enough that you should be able to extrapolate to whichever hardware and software you use (I don’t currently use any Sencore video calibration gear, but do use their audio cal gear).



    Thanks for posting this. Greg did all the heavy lifting when he calibrated my Radiance. This ought to help me get in and set up a “day” mode.

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