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If (HDR) "10-bit"
else "8-bit"

This should also work. Using bitDepth is just another way to do it if "HDR" or "hdr" doesn't work.
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Thanks. The rule works great. Before the rule was : if (deintFps <= 30) "10-bit"
else "8-bit" but I do not know why , to every content I saw 10Bit or 8Bit the switch in madVR he always remained nailed on 10Bit.

For Calibration Display in madVR with 3DLUT , I have this rule : if (HDR) "hdr"
else "sdr"
for contents HDR / 10Bit and SDR / 8Bit and it happens the Switch in madVR.
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I am going to redo my MADvr setup again this weekend, looking for a few tips.

I have purchased a Spyder 5 colorimeter to calibrate my TV

I haven't done the calibration yet, but I have tested it on another monitor.

My setup includes

Windows 10, Kodi DSplayer, madvr

GTX1080

Samsung UE55KS7000 HDR TV

My setup is in the living room as i use it for gaming aswell.



Should i set the TV to "PC mode" or "Game mode" I have noticed in game mode video can judder (looks like 3:2 pulldown) in "normal" mode it's fine, games look great in game mode.

I haven't played around to much with PC mode but from memory i think pc mode is RGB limited 16-235.

I have also read i can create a 3D lut file with displaycal for mad vr, do i create a standard profile for games and the lut file for media? Or am i completely off here?
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PC or Game mode may give you 4:4:4 chroma, but it can come with some tradeoffs. 

I would first test for 4:4:4 chroma using this test image to determine if PC mode is even worth trying:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yA3WKCp...muQ-G/view

You can also read through the multi-page discussion on PC mode that was started at Doom9 for an LG OLED. It doesn't pertain to your display, but it can give you some idea of the potential issues with color accuracy with PC mode:

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p...ost1869221

Creating a 3D LUT can have a small learning curve in knowing how to create your first profile, but it shouldn't be too difficult. Start with the instructions here:

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-displ...llcms.html

Because a 3D LUT is a fixed curve, I'm not sure it is worth profiling the HDR mode of the display because the tone mapping curve will be static for all sources, which can make some sources too dark while clipping some others.

SDR BT.709 3D LUTs could be profiled for both PC mode and one of the video modes for a comparison of gamut accuracy.

It is recommended to use a neutral calibration at the display with a factory color temperature that is close to 6500K. Most displays can get the Delta E<1 on the color checker chart with the 3D LUT enabled. I'm not sure how well your display might compare.

If you get stuck on the 3D LUT, I would suggest creating an account at AVS Forum and posting there. One of the experts should respond.
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(2019-03-21, 15:03)Warner306 Wrote: PC or Game mode may give you 4:4:4 chroma, but it can come with some tradeoffs. 

I would first test for 4:4:4 chroma using this test image to determine if PC mode is even worth trying:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yA3WKCp...muQ-G/view

You can also read through the multi-page discussion on PC mode that was started at Doom9 for an LG OLED. It doesn't pertain to your display, but it can give you some idea of the potential issues with color accuracy with PC mode:

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p...ost1869221

Creating a 3D LUT can have a small learning curve in knowing how to create your first profile, but it shouldn't be too difficult. Start with the instructions here:

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-displ...llcms.html

Because a 3D LUT is a fixed curve, I'm not sure it is worth profiling the HDR mode of the display because the tone mapping curve will be static for all sources, which can make some sources too dark while clipping some others.

SDR BT.709 3D LUTs could be profiled for both PC mode and one of the video modes for a comparison of gamut accuracy.

It is recommended to use a neutral calibration at the display with a factory color temperature that is close to 6500K. Most displays can get the Delta E<1 on the color checker chart with the 3D LUT enabled. I'm not sure how well your display might compare.

If you get stuck on the 3D LUT, I would suggest creating an account at AVS Forum and posting there. One of the experts should respond.

Thank you, i will check all of those out and have a play.

You are always really helpful, do you have a patreon or donations page?
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No, I'm not on here for donations. Just to share information.
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That's cool, just wanted wanted to buy you a beer / coffee / kale smoothie.

I'll give be $10 to charity you choose if you like?
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Nah, don't bother. I don't give away money that often myself.
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