get VideoEqualizer from here
The process itself is easy, but it’s a fact that it takes a bit of work to do it.
The same work can be done by directly performing VCGT with ColorHCFR and VideoEqualizer without using DisplayCal LUT, and currently I think that is easier.
For reference, the LUT for Video Equalizer is attached.
328p6vubreb / 11 (VESA HDR600 mod…[Read more]
Generally, HDR mode such as Windows, st2084 / rec.2020 is used for both image reception and transmission, and it is mapped to the range that the monitor can display.
In this case there is no mechanism for icc to intervene.
However, VCGT can be used for video card output.
HDR display tonemaps are not always desirable and can be significantly…[Read more]
Surely there are a limits, but it is technically possible.
By operating VCGT even in HDR, you can optimize the tonemap and keep the white balance properly.
I posted the details to below a while ago, please refer to it.
BenQ’s EW3270U and Philips’…[Read more]
Generally, HDR displays or TVs often have inaccurate tone maps and color tones, I think calibration is preferable for them.
However, HDR calibration is difficult and it is limited to professional monitors that support 3D LUTs.
DisplayCal supports only madVR or DaVinci Resolve which can use 3D LUTs, monitor calibration does not…[Read more]