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    thomashas SourceForge
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    What a nice GUI 😉

    Question:

    1.
    Which “Display” mode should I have to use for a
    Edge LED 4k TV attached to PC?
    Refresh or LCD?
    And then
    HiRes or Adaptive or HiResHiRes?

    2.
    Which predefined “Setting” is recommended?

    I am having a colormunki photo spectrometer.

    thanks in advance

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    Florian Höch
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    Which “Display” mode should I have to use for a
    Edge LED 4k TV attached to PC?
    Refresh or LCD?
    And then
    HiRes or Adaptive or HiResHiRes?

    Normally “LCD” unless it has a scanning backlight in which case “Refresh” may be more appropriate. I’d use “adaptive” mode.

    Which predefined “Setting” is recommended?

    Depends on what your goal is. For video use, either “Video (Rec. 1886)” or if you’re on Windows and want to utilize the madVR video renderer that can be used with certain software like MPC-HC, “Video 3D LUT for madVR (Rec. 709 / 1886)”. There’s a whole thread dedicated to the latter over at AVSforum.com (although the instructions in the first post there are a little outdated currently, but it’s a good place to get help for madVR-specific issues as the madVR developer checks the thread as well).

    • This reply was modified on 2015-05-13 19:31:34 by fhoech.
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    thomashas SourceForge
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    thanks for reply

    regarding no 2. I forgot to mention:

    It is for showing and rating RAWs in Lightroom

    #1644

    Florian Höch
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    It is for showing and rating RAWs in Lightroom

    The “Photo” preset should be appropriate in that case. Depending on your ambient light, you may want to adjust the whitepoint target (usually in the 5000-6500K range).

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