Is there any benefit of using CIE2012-2 over CIE1932-2?

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    Isaac Barahona
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    My monitor has a WCG panel, around 88% D65-P3, I’m using the CCSS correction specific for my monitor and my colorimeter is a ColorMunki Display.

    My questions is, Is there any benefit of using CIE2012-2 over CIE1932-2?  Or any other observer for that matter?

    Thanks.

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    Vincent
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    AFAIK cooler white with 2012, but all displaycal reports run on 1931 (so ignore WP in them and use relative intentes with LUT3Ds)

    If you have an accurate CCSS for taht backlight and white looks white, stay with default.

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