We would need to create a 3DLUT ICC for a Lenovo monitor with AdobeRGB colorspace (99%). The profiling works fine, but when it comes to the 3DLUT part in displaycal, there is no preset for AdobeRGB available. Is there one available for download anywhere or can they be defined inside of displaycal like in colourspace software? Would be great, because we need especially AdobeRGB for photographic work. many thanks!!
That is not true.
Open LUT3D creator and choose the folder icon, then choose AdobeRGB or AdobeRGB equivalent profile.
Destination profile should be the taylor made profile you made with DisplayCAL for your display
To preserve current display whitepoint use relative colorimetric.
Choose the format supported by monitor and a LUT3D file will be created. Up to you to find a tool to write that LUT3D to monitor.
Also remember that such LUT3D is only valid for a monitor preset/memory slot that has THE SAME configuration as the OSD mode used to create displaycal profile… otherwise all things will be wrong..
This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by Vincent.
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