I’ve read through many posts on the forum but am still confused about the right way to use visual whitepoint editor.
To my understanding, I’m supposed to
a. Calibrate my first monitor
b. After the calibration, use my first monitor as a reference to set the whitepoint of my second monitor
My question is, am I supposed to open multiple visual whitepoint editor windows and drag them to each monitor (in which case I noticed a dramatic color change as soon as I drag a window across two monitors), or, should I open a program with white background (such as chrome) in the calibrated monitor and just use that as a reference to change the editor parameters on my second monitor.
Either should work, but note that the visual whitepoint editor window will temporarily clear calibration on the monitor it is on (instead, the currently selected calibration will only affect the white square).
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