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    Peter V.
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    Hi Florian ,

    First, thanks for your fantastic software! Does what pricey hardware does for (close – I just donated) to nothing!

    What are the  reference chromaticities you use for modes “LCD (generic)” and “Refresh (generic)” in DisplayCAL? I want to perfect my meter correction files.

    Are these the same as follows?

    xW               yW                xR          yR          xG          yG         xB       yB
    0.3127       0.3290        0.64      0.33      0.30      0.60     0.15    0.06

    Greetings from Belgium

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    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    Does what pricey hardware does for (close – I just donated) to nothing!

    thanks 🙂

    What are the reference chromaticities you use for modes “LCD (generic)” and “Refresh (generic)” in DisplayCAL?

    For most instruments, those modes refer to internal tables, so they’re not known to the software. For the i1 DisplayPro and ColorMunki Display, if you set the “Correction” dropdown to “None” the only difference between the “Refresh (generic)” and “LCD (generic)” is that the former tries to measure and take into account the display refresh rate, and the latter doesn’t, but otherwise they should both return the same (uncorrected) readings.

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