Correction settings for 120% sRGB , 90% DCI-P3

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    Dingus Bongus (@dingus)
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    Hi there.

    I will be attempting to use displaycal to calibrate a AOC AG322QC4 monitor. I am wondering what should be selected as the correction function considering this panel is 120% sRGB, or 90% DCI-P3.

    Other features:

    VA panel built by Samsung, wLED. i1Display Pro meter. Nvidia 980ti.

    Any input or advice would be appreciated, thanks!

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    #20017

    t.g.v (@t-g-v)
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    AOC AG322QC4 uses a Samsung VA-Panel.

    #20018

    t.g.v (@t-g-v)
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    … with LED backlight.

    Use the Standardmode but switch your monitor to “user” colour. so you can set RGB saturation individual.

    #20029

    Dingus Bongus (@dingus)
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    Should I just use Auto (None) for the correction setting though?

    #20034

    Vincent (@vincent)
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    90% P3 seems a bit too high for those sRGB WLED with “extended colorspace” like EA275UHD or EA271U (colorimeer database), and seems to low to be one of those WLED PFS phosphor variants.
    It may be one of those new variants like: https://hub.displaycal.net/forums/topic/which-correction-is-proper-for-lg-tv-2019-nanocell/

    Trial-error… but if it is not like a WLED PFS, start with EA271U CCSS (“extended” sRGB WLED), try to get numerically D65 using RGB gains, ¿does it look white? Same with Panasonic VVX[..] CCSS (WLED PFS P3 95%) bundled with displaycal. If no one of these gives you a visual white, try “auto” or visual whitepoint editor.

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    Dingus Bongus (@dingus)
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    Brilliant, thanks for your advice. I’ll give all of the above a go and see what looks right.

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