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    Il Minu
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    Hi, is this a good profile? It’s my first time using this software and I’m new to the world of calibration, so tips are welcome

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    #33499

    Vincent
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    Seems ok => device measures that profile & display match. This does not mean that device measurement is accurate (so all data may be fake if you measured with a reference instrument).

    Regarding calibration it seems that you corrected whitepoint using GPU, maybe because locked OSD controls. That caused to loose a bit too  much unique grey levels, you keep 88% whcih is low.

    #33500

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    Hi, thanks for replying, I blocked the osd commands because apparently even without modifications the values changed by themselves. For example the white level would go from 80 to 82 without me actually changing the value, or all of a sudden it would go really low and I premise that I disabled stuff like dynamic contrast, black optimization etc. Is there any solution to this problem? (if it is a problem). Anyway as a tool I used a spyderx pro

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    #33517

    Vincent
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    Hi, thanks for replying, I blocked the osd commands because apparently even without modifications the values changed by themselves. For example the white level would go from 80 to 82 without me actually changing the value, or all of a sudden it would go really low and I premise that I disabled stuff like dynamic contrast, black optimization etc. Is there any solution to this problem? (if it is a problem).

    IDNK the issues related to that monitor with unreliable OSD.

    Anyway as a tool I used a spyderx pro

    It uses generic corrections for several backlights. It may or not be accurate for a common WLED.

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