Basic editing for web, calibrate to srgb or gamma 2.2? 6500k?

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    thevisi0nary
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    Trying to get the best possible calibration for web editing. I get good results in the verification report, but I am not sure if I am targeting the right settings for web editing purposes. For the tone curve, should I use srgb or gamma 2.2? Also, is 6500k standard? It comes off as slightly warm, but I have limited experience so I could be way off base with that. Editing in a medium / slightly dim room with the monitor at 185 cd/m2 brightness.

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    S Simeonov
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    Aim for 80-120 nits – depends on the room lighting you are working on. 6504K is required, and I would use gamma 2.2.

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    asdfage wegagag
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    For web, as long as you check your work on a few different non-color managed devices, that’s as much as you can hope for. Absolute accuracy on your end won’t be delivered to your audience in most cases, don’t sweat it.

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    SCN
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    For general purpose and common use, I would go with 120 nit, 6500k, gamma 2.2, medium speed and verify using large test chart (325 patch)

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