Proper correction when calibrating MSI MAG274QRF-QD

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  • #32037

    Ironhalo
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    Hi all,

    Im having issues calibrating my MSI monitor. I’m not sure which correction to use. I have tried the WLED phospo family, 94% p3 and the QLED (Samsung q9) correction because it’s a quantum dot panel. In each case the panel has a yellowish hue when showing whites. Am I using the correct correction or do my eyes just like a cooler tone? Please help!

    #32041

    Vincent
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    Buy or rent an spectrophotometer and make a CCSS (3nm mode), or while some one creates that CCSS for your model use visual whitepoint editor (and use relative intents with LUT3D creation)

    #32045

    Ironhalo
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    Hi Vincent thank you for the reply. I tried the CCSS made for my specific monitor that was uploaded on the database. It still makes whites look green-yellowish. Maybe it's just my eyes... Wouldn't the qled correction be best since it's a quantum dot panel?

    #32046

    Vincent
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    It’s not panel, it’s backlight… and it doe snot matter what manufacturer says. It only matters what an spectro read says (unless it was forged and uploaded to database)

    #32048

    Ironhalo
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    So just to confirm if you were in my position and you didn’t want to buy or rent a spectro you would just load the CCSS file for this specific monitor as a correction and calibrate from that? (Sorry I’m still very new to this)

    #32051

    Vincent
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    Plot it, “i” button. IDNK what shape it has. Or put URL here.

    #32053

    Ironhalo
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    I’ve attached the profile info post calibration. Is this what you’re looking for?

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    #32055

    Vincent
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    No,

    Plot it, “i” button. IDNK what shape it has. Or put URL here.

    CCSS

    #32056

    Ironhalo
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