NV156FHM-N43 V8.0 calibration with colormunki smile

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  • #24560

    Avrohom Yosef Gross
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    Can the Colormunki smile calibrate the NV156FHM-N43 V8.0. If so what should my settings be.

    #24562

    Vincent
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    Default setup as starting point, White LED correction.

    For white point choose the lesser evil, your desired white loosing contrast, native white (max contrast, white may not be “white”) or some daylight white close to native white  as a compromise solution between the two.
    Measure native white and you’ll know. If it is a laptop IPS display, D65 white should be at your gasp without loosing a significative amount of contrast.

    IDNK how it behaves after calibration matrix profile verification. Grey issues can be solver lowering calibration speed. Huge color discrepancies between profile and display may be solved with XYZLUT profiles and lots of calibration patches. Usually default settings work if display is not bad behaved.

    #24565

    Avrohom Yosef Gross
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    Here is my profile using defaults with my colormunki what do you think?

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    #24567

    Vincent
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    That you chose to do not correct white and keep native greenish-cyan whitepoint…

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    #24732

    Avrohom Yosef Gross
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    Looks extremely red and muted

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    #24736

    Vincent
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    Munki smile has not the accuracy or future proof capabilities of an i1d3 from Xrite. If white does not look OK with your limited colorimeter use visual whitepoint approach

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