Using DispCal to measure Screen Quality

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    TechLad76
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    Hey guys

    I’m testing six TV sets for a magazine article using my i1 Display Pro and DispCal, and want to compare their image quality. However, I do not want to calibrate them – I simply want to see what their colour gamut/accuracy and contrast ratios are, out of the box, when set to THX image mode. Is there a specific way of doing this with DispCal that won’t then recalibrate my GPUs colour settings? Note I’ll be connecting the TVs to my PC via DP.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

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    #6938

    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    yes, select “<Current>” under settings and select the desired simulation colorspace profile on the “Verification” tab (e.g. “sRGB”). Enable “Use simulation profile”, “Use simulation profile as target” and set tone curve to “Unmodified”.

    #6940

    TechLad76
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    Thanks for the response, will give it a go now!

    #6941

    TechLad76
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    Hmm, where is the settings menu? Can’t seem to find it?

    #6943

    Florian Höch
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    The dropdown at the top.

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