Calibrating and profiling a TN panel, 72% NTSC

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    asafiko (@asafiko)
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    hello florian.is there a point on calibrating and profiling a TN panel 8 bit (6 bit+dithering),72% NTSC covrege.

    if there is,can i calibrate and profile my monitor and make a 3D LUT out of the profile but with diffrent settings\target.i want the .icc profile to be sRGB\6500k\2.2 gamma and  the LUT generated from the same profile to be rec.709\tone curve: rec.1886 gamma 2.4 absolute.(do i need to check apply calibration (vcgt)?

    i want to use the LUT for resolve 3D color viewer lookup table.

    thank you.appreciate your work.

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    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Hi,

    hello florian.is there a point on calibrating and profiling a TN panel 8 bit (6 bit+dithering),72% NTSC covrege.

    TN panels usually have pretty bad gray balance out of the box, so calibration definitely has a benefit.

    can i calibrate and profile my monitor and make a 3D LUT out of the profile but with diffrent settings\target

    Yes.

    do i need to check apply calibration (vcgt)? […] i want to use the LUT for resolve 3D color viewer

    In your specific case, uncheck “apply calibration (vcgt)” as you are going to install the profile and use the 3D LUT on the same monitor.

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