2021-05-09 at 12:30 #30101
IDNK of such free tool, I thought apply cal acted on VCGT and not in TRC.
Maybe you can get some other matrix profile (No CHAD PCS d50 white), replace primaries & white coordinates & TRC with the “before” profile you have and then replace VCGT contents with yours (need to scale to 16bit int). A lot of HEX editor work.2021-05-09 at 15:24 #30106
well i hope someone can help out here then , im surprised im the only one …except for that other guy in said thread that wants this functionality even more so absolutely needs it, anybody got a good solution …without a colorimeter or tons of hex editing …would appreciate , been at this for quite a while and still am looking for that solution , means alot to me2021-05-24 at 23:42 #30324
still would appreciate it2021-06-06 at 10:37 #30496
so i might have a way ….per batch and .vbs magic and having calibration tools use a day and night separate perma file , BUT i need someone to help out to give me a solution how to either per powershell or other way to detect current display being rendered to ….like DisplayCAL is able to detect , heres my powershell thread….that currently aint getting nowhere , would appreciate
2021-06-07 at 9:48 #30501
- This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by subalternpushing.
ok with some more feedback and a generous dev …FINALLY !!!
full synthetic VCGT.cal into icm importing and exporting !! it works so damn good now, this from the dev >
Looks like you are in luck – the COVID-19 lockdown here has delayed some
deadlines, so I managed to spend a few hours working on a new tool.
You can find the Win10 binary here:
Doco is here: <https://www.argyllcms.com/doc/iccvcgt.html>
Hope this does what you are looking for.
…..and it does so fn well !
heres abit of instructions to make life easy>
put resulting .icm Profile aka output.icm renamed to your preference… into C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color
for it to show up in selectable Display Color Profiles
how to import VCGT.cal into input.icm, heres a batch script>
Title Import VCGT.cal and synthetic .icm Profile to working usable Full .ICM Profile with VCGT.cal settings
::Import VCGT.cal and synthetic .icm Profile to working usable Full .ICM Profile with VCGT.cal settings
cd /D “C:\Argyll_V2.1.2\bin\”
iccvcgt -i inprofile.icm curves.cal outprofile.icm2021-06-07 at 9:55 #30504
make sure to name your file names accordingly aka VCGT.cal to curves.cal , random synthetic icm profile aka input profile …and thats it2021-06-07 at 10:16 #30506
my request now would be for an option to set the autoload and force profile only for certain displays, would make this perfect