asdfage wegagag replied to the topic How can I get accurate displays with HCFR and DisplayCal? in the forum Help and Support 1 day, 15 hours ago
Colors may not match between different monitors.
These are monitors with 1,2 point gamma, or TVs with 11,21 point gamma ??
@ Florian, Do you think a Grey balance visual editor could get in the works, 0% to 100% in 5% increments ? I know HCFR already does this, but for whatever reason, the measurements taken in that application is different from that in Displaycal’s generator. It’d be useful if we had this function all in one place with the same generator program path.
Put more simply, P3 and Srgb are standards.
They’re only Correctly displayed, if the content was MADE FOR and under that standard.
Taking something made in Srgb (which is the majority of content), whether you stretch it to P3 or your Native display gamut (which isn’t P3, it’s just close to p3), neither is more correct than the…[Read more]
what I want:
chrome reads a 255 red in content thinking it is an sRGB red, then chrome reads the icc profile and adjusts it a tiny bit so it hits the red P3 primary target, ends up sending a value to the display that is close to 255 (so still well saturated) but has a lower DeltaE than native display P3 gamut. accuracy! vivid red!
That’s the…[Read more]
Displaycal makes a map of how the display responds.
A Color_managed application given user input to use either p3/rec2020/rec709 maps its output TO the map that displaycal makes.
You’ve misunderstood the process. The display always does what the display does. It’s up to displaycal to Map what the display does, and subsequent software to use…[Read more]
Forget spyder3, get the colormunki display, or i1dpro. You’re not going to get any accuracy / reliable colors out of a spyder3 at this point. it’s worn out (aging), and can not measure the dark tones accurately, generating dead zones.
asdfage wegagag replied to the topic Help calibrating settings for Pixio PX275h monitor in the forum Help and Support 1 month ago
@vincent, what do you think about a general beginners guide ? It would seem most people come here to ask the same questions. I understand florian has already made the default settings tailored to that end, but without explanation, people still have the same questions, even if the default is pretty much what they’re after.
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
displaycal : Depends: python (< 2.8) but it is not installable
Depends: python (>= 2.7~) but it is not installable
Depends: python:any (< 2.8) but it is not installable
Depends: python:any (>= 2.7.5-5~) but it is not installable
The spyder can not read low enough to do VA-panel samsung TVs. Even the spyder 5 will generate deadspots. The colormunki display is usually $150, and goes on sale for ~$100 during holidays. It works just as good as i1dpro for the purpose of movies.
asdfage wegagag replied to the topic Basic editing for web, calibrate to srgb or gamma 2.2? 6500k? in the forum Help and Support 1 month ago
For web, as long as you check your work on a few different non-color managed devices, that’s as much as you can hope for. Absolute accuracy on your end won’t translate to your audience in most cases, don’t sweat it.
Yup, samsung’s support as a monitor is not as good as other platforms.
It doesn’t allow PC 4:4:4 mode in 23/24hz, only the 60hz. The detailed white point is also not available.
The best you can do within the sams platform is set it to nearly the correct white point, and let the software correct the rest.
Be aware that the whitepoint fluctuates…[Read more]
So, if we edit the 11point white balance setting in the TV to target a certain tone curve. Does that clip some of the gamut of the TV.
For example, if it limits the peak blue values because of the 100% white.
OR, does the 3D lut creation process naturally lope that off even if it was untouched.
Just wanted to ask if patch sizes make a difference in situations outside of ABL.
For example, if the lcd is black, does making the patch size smaller cause more heating of the lcd layer as the darkened portion blocks the photons, somehow altering the color behavior.
Or possibly if the room is very reflective and the monitor is near a wall,…[Read more]
So it’s this specific statement that has me replying here…
What are the mismatched environments?
What’s a “web artist”, and what distinguishes his process?
How do they compensate?
How does Firefox color management differ from other applications?
I ask all this because I suspect you may be struggling with the details of your specific display r…
So, a web artist working in this mismatched environment must be compensating for it, I find that may websites look more -correct- without firefox’s colormanagement turned on.
That’s only true if you do not have a wide-gamut display though.
I’m speaking mainly about the tone curve and the intended -look-, I agree the saturation is always over…[Read more]
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