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    MW
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    I have a measurement report of MHC2gen SDR-CSC in action.

    should use MHC2gen to generate a CSC from my displaycal profile?

    Yes, of course.

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    #37556

    Miguel Angel
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    I have a measurement report of MHC2gen SDR-CSC in action.

    should use MHC2gen to generate a CSC from my displaycal profile?

    Yes, of course.

    Thanks mate. Could you  help me with the syntax of MHC2gen? This is the sample:

    MHC2Gen sdr-csc [–source-gamut=<sRGB|AdobeRGB|P3D65|BT2020> | –source-gamut-icc=<icc file>] “C:\…\DisplayCAL\storage\…\MODEL #1 2022-01-01 00-00 0.3127x 0.329y sRGB F-S XYZLUT+MTX.icm” “MODEL CSC sRGB.icm”

    but i don’t understand it… Sorry for the inconvenience

    #37558

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    Thanks mate. Could you  help me with the syntax of MHC2gen? This is the sample:

    MHC2Gen sdr-csc [–source-gamut=<sRGB|AdobeRGB|P3D65|BT2020> | –source-gamut-icc=<icc file>] “C:\…\DisplayCAL\storage\…\MODEL #1 2022-01-01 00-00 0.3127x 0.329y sRGB F-S XYZLUT+MTX.icm” “MODEL CSC sRGB.icm”

    but i don’t understand it… Sorry for the inconvenience

    It’s simpler than you think, type the command, with changes as needed:

    MHC2Gen sdr-csc “x:\Path\to-your\DisplayCAL\Profile.icm” “Name your CSC profile.icm”

    Right click the generated icm file, click install. You can now add it as the default display profile in Windows Color Management.

    #37561

    Miguel Angel
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    Thanks mate. Could you  help me with the syntax of MHC2gen? This is the sample:

    MHC2Gen sdr-csc [–source-gamut=<sRGB|AdobeRGB|P3D65|BT2020> | –source-gamut-icc=<icc file>] “C:\…\DisplayCAL\storage\…\MODEL #1 2022-01-01 00-00 0.3127x 0.329y sRGB F-S XYZLUT+MTX.icm” “MODEL CSC sRGB.icm”

    but i don’t understand it… Sorry for the inconvenience

    It’s simpler than you think, type the command, with changes as needed:

    MHC2Gen sdr-csc “x:\Path\to-your\DisplayCAL\Profile.icm” “Name your CSC profile.icm”

    Right click the generated icm file, click install. You can now add it as the default display profile in Windows Color Management.

    Nice! Thanks again. Best regards

    #37598

    Andrew Ke
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    Just wondering, what CPU does your ASUS laptop use? Seems like Windows ACM only supports Intel 12th gen/AMD Ryzen integrated graphics.

    Supported GPU:AMD:AMD RX 400 Series or later
    AMD Ryzen processors with Radeon Graphics
    IntelIntegrated: Intel 12th Gen (Alder Lake) or later
    Discrete: Intel DG1 or later
    NVIDIA:NVIDIA GTX 10xx or later (Pascal+)

    #37605

    Miguel Angel
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    Intel i5 11300H (Asus Vivobook Pro K3500PC) . Anyway, MHC2Gen it’s a workaround, not the official ACM solution. Currently, it seems that ACM only works in some Surfaces.

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 4 days ago by Miguel Angel.
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