|File Size||50.21 MB|
|Create Date||September 10, 2018|
|Last Updated||June 6, 2019|
There are 3 TIFFs in this download. The first is 5 and 2.5 of each color and Grey. The 2nd is 2.5% and 1%. The third is 1 and point 1...I can't wait to see that in a dark room with a 108 and 300 nit display system.
The original idea was to find a way that a non-technical person could look at a single file and tell whether their system has changed for the worse since the last evaluation. The problem is that a P3 system in a room with a lot of stray light may not even get a good reading with 5% bars while it will be too easy for a sophisticated room...but will Point One be useful there?
We would like to get feedback on what combination of different percentages for different colors would be best, and if you notice, which order...for example, should the grays be on the outside? ...or the greens never near the blues?
Oh, the Passcode, as always, is: QA_b4_QC
(Amazing how little the compressed 8 bit PNG file below shows nothing of the nuance of what is in the 16 bit TIFF. Go for it~!
A DCP with these TIFF files are at: Vertical Meters DCP