2012/2/14 Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > I'm not quite sure what you mean. The typical gamma target is for an > ideal system that has a zero black. Real systems aren't like this, so > simply scaling and offsetting the curve for the real black raises > the level, which can lead to a poor match against something with > the same gamma and a lower black level. By making the 50% > point match the ideal system, then the overall contrast > and look will be consistent with the ideal system target, > irrespective of the actual black level. > So, offsetted to the real display black level ideal curve, is used as target for all input levels except near 50% , where original ideal curve used instead? And this helpful in my case, because displays have different black levels? I try raise black level of one display only by the LUT manipulation. That new black level will be used for target curve offsetting or only initial display black level?