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    Christopher
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    My monitor is capable of changing based on hardware the gamut to 1.8; although only if the display mode is set to “standard”. If I want to set it to Rec709 in my case this option is disabled; any reason to this ?

    And is it possible to get my display to a gamut of 1.8 instead of the standard 2.2 even within the hardware of the monitor ?

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Christopher.
    #35746

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    Gamut is the wrong term. The correct term is Gamma, meaning the brightness of mid tones. Gamut OTOH refers basically to how intense the colors can get. This is what you control with the rec 709 mode.

    And is it possible to get my display to a gamut of 1.8 instead of the standard 2.2 even within the hardware of the monitor ?

    Generally no if it’s not a option in the OSD. You will have to use either color management or DWMLUT or hardware LUT. Or accept the colors with gamma 1.8.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by MW.
    #35748

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    Generally no if it’s not a option in the OSD. You will have to use either color management or DWMLUT or hardware LUT. Or accept the colors with gamma 1.8.

    What type of color management or DWMLUT; what is this ?  How can I manipulate the hardware LUT as you mentioned ?

    Accepting the colors is based on standard OSD setting which I do not want to do.

    #35749

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    What’s your display model?

    #35750

    Christopher
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    What’s your display model?

    Asus PA329C.

    #35752

    MW
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    I’ll suggest DWMLUT. Set the color mode to standard on the display to expose the native output.
    1. It behaves basically like a hardware LUT, works on all apps and supports all combinations of gamma and color space.
    2. Because Displaycal generates the 3DLUT you will have certainty that the right correction is used for white point accuracy. OTOH not much is known about the Asus software until someone knowledgeable does testing.

    #35753

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    I’ll suggest DWMLUT. Set the color mode to standard on the display to expose the native output.
    1. It behaves basically like a hardware LUT, works on all apps and supports all combinations of gamma and color space.
    2. Because Displaycal generates the 3DLUT you will have certainty that the right correction is used for white point accuracy. OTOH not much is known about the Asus software until someone knowledgeable does testing.

    Are you suggesting I use DisplayCAL along with DWMLUT and this will cause an accurate white point accuracy.

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    #35755

    MW
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    Yes, it’s probably the best way to get what you want.

    #35757

    Christopher
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    What is better to use DisplayCAL or ArgyllCMS ?

    Also what if a CCSS profile doesn’t exist for one display ?

    #35758

    MW
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    What is better to use DisplayCAL or ArgyllCMS ?

    Doesn’t matter, Displaycal is powered by ArgyllCMS. Use what you are familiar with.

    Also what if a CCSS profile doesn’t exist for one display ?

    The generic PFS Phosphor HP Dreamcolor CCSS  is a good match for your Asus PA329C. It’s recommended over individual ones because of the higher spectral resolution needed for that type of display tech.

    #35759

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    I was informed the; HP Z24x G2 sample ?

    How about for Huion displays the correct CCSS file ?

    #35760

    MW
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    That’s the one.

    I don’t know about Huion displays they use different tech depending on the model.

    #35761

    Christopher
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    That’s the one.

    I don’t know about Huion displays they use different tech depending on the model.

    Is there a method to find out; these displays seem a bit black boxed, I could be wrong ?

    #35762

    MW
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    Make a quick profile with correction:none and post a screenshot of the profile information window.

    #35763

    Christopher
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    Make a quick profile with correction:none and post a screenshot of the profile information window.

    I get the error in the screen capture when correction:none ?

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