actually I really don't think you can: http://www.gottadance.org/images/video_gamuts/NTSC-vs-P22-vs-SMPTEC_clrBg.jpg
they went for the REC.709 gamut in HD for this very reason, too bad the movies are still mastered on SMPTE-C CRT's hah...and yet they try to feed us bs w/ their xvYCC extended gamut/Deep Color etc..
JVC and SONY refused to give infos to the SMPTE about their patented gamuts because it would have been an open standard...so the SMPTE was forced to use a patent-free gamut, too bad its deepest red is orangey...duh. Check the 10 pages thread on AVS, it's been thoroughly discussed.
I always calibrate my projectors in D65/2.4/SMPTE-C, and I have yet to see big saturated reds: http://www.adobe.com/products/adobemag/archive/pdfs/98auhtbf.pdf
I also like how they use oversaturated REC.709 demos to sell flat screens, when all the movies are actually SMPTE-C. There's as much bs going on in the video world as there in the audio
Edited by leeperry - 5/28/10 at 7:43pm