frenksisco

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    I will continue to tell you until death: yes totally counterintuitive. This is what I wrote to you in my third message:

    Hi, thank you vary mutch for helping me.
    In the DisplayCAL calibration first window I sow this:

    That CCSS automatically choosen by DisplayCAL produced a completely wrong calibration. The fact that I should have done something…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    I think it’s interesting that the only thing we have in common is the absolute inability to understand what the other says

    It is bundled with DisplayCAL, its the default set of corrections for i1d3 colorimeters, it has the same name in user interface as in munki software:”LCD CCFL widegamut family (NEC PA241/PA271W)”. You.. just choose to do not…

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  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    …and again. Great program.. but it is definitely not intuitive and requires a learning curve that I have not been able to deal with.
    Still a mystery to me how I could have understood, from the beginning, that I had to use the “WGCCFLFamily_07Feb11.ccss instead of the one automatically chosen by DisplayCAL. A file that I didn’t know existed and t…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    Because you have used WG CCFL correction (PA241W) and then built a matrix profile in Xrite app

    No I haven’t used any “WG CCFL correction (PA241W) and then built a matrix profile in Xrite app” the program did it automatically.

    but you refuse to use DisplayCAL in that way (for still unknown reasons).

    I did not do that because it is not clear to me…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    I repeat: forgive me for the time I stole you, what I didn’t do was because I didn’t understand it. Not because I didn’t want to. For 3 days I asked many questions that you tidily answered only in the last message but, even now, I can say I understand just the theory, not the  procedure. I am strongly convinced this problem must be solved by the…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    OK I’m sorry, we can stop. I’ve had enough.  The second way, the thing that interested me most, it is definitely impossible for someone who doesn’t have the knowledge you have. Also, you keep saying things like “those CCSS files” when I asked to be precise. You ask me to “figure what they store” and to “learn by yourself what they are” but,…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    I definitively have big problems with your way of explaining. I repeat I take the blame but you very rarely answer the direct question.
    I ask a precise question and you answer according to another logic.
    I told you the PA241W CCSS has no 1nm coorections and you respond:

    make yourself a CCSS from those 2 @1nm.

    I repeat: “from those 2 @1nm” which?…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    User made 3nmm are good (the ones 1 linked), but low resolution. Use the (i) button next to colorimeter corrections and you’ll see a 2D plot so you can compare them to CCFL 1nm or WG ccfl 1nm.

    – With (i) button nex to the correction I chose I see this

    No idea of what you mean for “compare them to CCFL 1nm or WG ccfl 1nm.” beacuse there are n…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    You must be a saint …

    Ok Point 1.

    Skip the part of making one. If you want to do it some time in the future, just open in a text editor a CCSS. You’ll see that it is composed of 4 rows of data, spectral power per channel. Channels order is usually W (1st) R (2nd) … G, B.  Your display is like a common sRGB CCFL in red, but like newer CCFL in B…

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  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    …make one:

    Sorry but from that point on I can’t understand what you explain. I repeat, I’m sorry but  you are  definitively taking too many things for granted.. Obviously it’s not your fault, it’s my fault. I didn’t think I had to have such technical skills to fix my problems with DisplayCAL. I think anyway it should be a DisplayCAL task, not min…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    I think I can’t go any further. I still don’t understand how to do what you say you do.

    1st one means that if you want a “true” correction that matches display and you do not have high end equipment (a jeti or something like that) you shpuld do it by yourself as instructed. Not a task for starters.

    Until I find somewhere the precise procedure to…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    Sorry but unfortunately I understood very little of what you told me. As you can see I barely know how to use the main functions of the program.. and I have no idea what I have to do to:
    – make 1nm by myself, or apply the one used by Munki software
    – plot in 3D where is blue in L*a*b* on each device

    After that line, unfortunately, I did not…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    Okay, I’m back here with bad news.
    I redone the calibration with DisplayCAL, the right CCSS correction (the first you linked to me) and the result is: blue still looks purple. Slightly less than in the first calibration done with DisplayCAL, perhaps I had used a different correction…
    But as you can see from this comparison,

    the problem is…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    [In addition]
    I only noticed now that the automatic correction is about “i1 DisplayPro” and not my “Colormunki Display”.
    I’m also pretty confused if I have to use a CCSS or a CCMX so … if CCMX are better than CCSS … maybe the most correct coorection for me is the second one on this list, becouse is the first to include the name “Colormunki…[Read more]

  • frenksisco replied to the topic Blue looks purple in the forum Help and Support 2 months ago

    Hi, thank you vary mutch for helping me.
    In the DisplayCAL calibration first window I sow this:

    I thought it meant that the program was automatically applying the right correction. Am I wrong?
    Do I have to manually upload the corrections I find on the colorimetercorrections.displaycal.net site?
    Is the first on this page okay to be…[Read more]

  • Hi, a few days ago I noticed in photoshop that #0000ff pure rgb blue color was too purple to be correct.
    My monitor is an old but good HP LP2275w wide gamut calibrated with DisplaCAL through a Colormunki Display colorimeter.
    I decided to do some tests to understand if it was a software or hardware. In particular I have compared the #0000ff…[Read more]

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