Okay, I ran DisplayCal twice using my settings first, and then selecting “as measured” white level and “medium” calibration speed. The results from both calibration runs were similar and are much better than my first attempts with DisplayCal. I’m not sure why, but I think the results are very workable now.
Thank you for your help with this!
I’ll try that. Does that calibration speed affect the quality of the calibration?
I was just assuming that I want sRGB since that’s the color space I’m working in in Lightroom, but I’ll specify that tone curve and compare results.
Frosty replied to the topic Same display, three X-rite colorimeters, three different white balances in the forum Help and Support 1 month, 1 week ago
The display is a 15.6″ IGZO display in Dell Precision 7530
Did you ever figure out the proper settings for your laptop?
I have essentially the same laptop only larger (Dell Precision 7730 with 17.3 IGZO display) and have had trouble calibrating properly with my i1 Display Pro.
I recently bought an LG 43UD79-B for photo editing to complement a Dell U3014 that I’ve been using until now. With the Dell, I used to use DUCCS with my i1Display Pro. For the LG, I thought I would try DisplayCal instead, since I’ve heard so much good about it.
I’ve run the calibration process using DisplayCal several times now b…[Read more]