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    Adnan Cesko
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    When perceptually matching a display using the visual whitepoint editor do i both visually match the display, and the reported CCT close to 6500k or is CCT irrelevant because if i match using a 95% white window to a perfect perceptual match i get a CCT of 6690-6700k, while i if i reduce green, and blue a click from the perceptually matched white i get much closer to 6500k CCT, and 0.7% increased color gamut, but the 95% white patch then looks a little bit off compared to the reference display.

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    Florian Höch
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    CCT is irrelevant.

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    Adnan Cesko
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    CCT is irrelevant.

    Ok so only how it visually matches matter, what i find weird is that even the CCSS profiles for my oled C9 found on the displaycal database seems to give a wrong whitepoint.

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    Florian Höch
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    Use the WOLED LG C6 one that comes with DisplayCAL. It is the only one that has been vetted. Others I looked at (user contributions) had various issues (e.g. gamut limited to Rec. 709).

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    A.ces
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    Use the WOLED LG C6 one that comes with DisplayCAL. It is the only one that has been vetted. Others I looked at (user contributions) had various issues (e.g. gamut limited to Rec. 709).

    Doesn’t the C8/C9 use a different panel with a different AR coating though, I heard the red pixels are larger etc on 2018/2019 models.

    Also can you maybe take a look at my post here: https://hub.displaycal.net/forums/topic/is-there-something-wrong-with-the-madvr-pattern-generator/

    I wanted to try out the madtpg generator but they both show different gamma curves, and now I’m confused as I don’t know which one is wrong.

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