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  • #33668

    rstolpe
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    So you did not fine tune the white point?

    #33669

    matck06
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    The white point does not need to be calibrated on displaycal I uncheck it because I measure it and I adjust it on the Apple d65 photography dci p3 parameters. A bit like on this explanatory vidéo.

    #33670

    rstolpe
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    That was what I did mean 🙂 fine tune white point in apples own settings

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    matck06
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    Once the white point has been measured (the white point must be measured with displaycal and the “pfs wled macbook” profile as attached in my screens), you must put the parameters like this with the tone curve on “as measured”

    To measure the white point with displaycal you have to launch the calibration and you can retrieve the coordinates of the white point as with i1 profiler

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    #33675

    rstolpe
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    Does your lcd led file in Mac HD/Library/ColorSync/Profiles or in Mac HD/Users/<username>/Library/ColorSync/Profile also change creation and modification date to todays date all the time?

    im worrried if some sw has tamperd with it

    #33676

    Vincent
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    If grey is neutral just using whitepoint editor from apple, there is no need to create custom profile+calibration. Maybe you want a custom profile without calibration.

    #33677

    rstolpe
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    How can I verify if grey is neutral after white point adjustment aka. Fine tune in apples menu

    #33678

    Vincent
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    Verify default profile like matck06 did in the first pages of this thread.

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    #33680

    matck06
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    so to check your WP you put your apple profile “dci p3 d65 photographie”, then you refine your WP (using displaycal and the wled pfs macbook profile).

    then in displaycal you do as on my screen you look for the profile in your macos folder.

    and you should get more or less an identical result to the one I attached below.

    then if you decide to create an icc profile like me, leave on as ‘measured’ WP and tone curve

    and then run the calibration and you would get this:

    on the other hand, it does not change anything to the eye, just the Delta E drops slightly.

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