I have an LG 32UP83A-W monitor and a colormunki device but don’t see a choice matching the display type for my monitor in the mode menu. What setting should I use? Thanks
Which munki? colorimeter or spectro?
Spectro may not be a good device if it is a WLED PFS, these multimedia display we see nowadays. Fix WP at high res mode if that makes a change vs 10nm, then once WP is fixed, set WP as as measured & calibrate.
If youhad a colorimeter that display looks like some of thes WLED PFS with 95% P3. Choose bundled CCSS correction for those displays (Panasonic VVX, like Xrite software)
On monitor mode menu move to custom/user mode to have acces to RGB gains. If you need to limit gamut to sRGB take a look on LeDoge’s apps on github or in his thread in displaycal, very useful tools.
Then 2nd paragraph. Use high res mode (3nm) to fix whitepoint using RGB gains.
You would be better with an additional Xrite/Calibrite colorimeter, these Xrite’s spectros are not meant to be used for display calibration but to help/improve a colorimeter performance by giving them a WRGB 255 reference (coordinates -> matrix correction, spectral power distribution -> CCSS).
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