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    ilight (@ilight)
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    Hi

    I use spyder4 with Displaycal 3.8.1 with MacBook Pro Touch Bar 2017 with Mac os mojado. but after calibration I get green tint on my screen, I use 6500k and gamma 2.2 with brightness 200.

    ccss file is used, I tested with different ccss and it’s the same result.

    I attached the icc file.

    what should I do to fix this green tint??

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    #17710

    Vincent (@vincent)
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    Since you cannot trust your Spyder4, use visual point editor till you get a “pleasing white” from a starting point of D65

    #17749

    ilight (@ilight)
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    Could you please more specific?

    I tried again with chroma… Option then select the white as I see real white,

    But I think it’s bad idea because our I really can’t understand little differences in whites…

    Any other ways?

    #17751

    Vincent (@vincent)
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    Could you please more specific?

    You tried D65 with an Spyder4. You get an ugly green tint … so if you configure your calibration target & instrument  properly it means that you cannot trust your Spyder (which makes sense since all of them are not a very accurate devices).

    If you cannot trust that instrument, use “visual white point editor” as calibration target for white and modify white until you get a “whiter” white visually… or buy a better colorimeter (i1d3 with bundled WLED PFS correction for newer macbooks should work fine).

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