Shape looks like RGB channels in WOLED but I did not plot it and compare RGB SPD from an WOLED scaled to nm & height.
*If they were a close match* (and this is a big if) “cooking” a CCSS for those YAG phosphors would be even easier, just get W=R+G+B and copy back to an WOLED CCSS template.
It sounds pretty complicated to me. 🙁
So in short which correction should we use for nano IPS displays?
There could be several flavors, but one is the YAG phosphor suggested by Florian and explained in that link.
Unfortunately AFAIK there is no user made CCSS, so if you wish to use an spectral correction for YAG phosphor backlight you’ll have to code it from 2D plot. Not extremely d…
Recently I formatted my PC and I have realised that the same icc profiles I had before are being reapplied a lot by DisplayCAL.
During 4 hour usage the profile has been reapplied 600 times. I am using my PC a lot so the number will easily hit 2000+.
This has never happened before and the numbers were fairly low.
How can I fix it?
It seems that there is an issue with latest Firefox update, v77. Tagged images shows properly, and (full color management) HTML colors too but some untagged images go unmanaged. It you google it it has been reported to firefox devs. I hope it gets fixed asap.
Since few versions ago, they broke it. I did some research, but can’t remember which…[Read more]
I have a strange problem with color management in firefox, I’m on wide gamut monitor AW3420DW, and the color management works fine in pshotoshop, illustrator and in irfanview. The problem is in firefox, it still shows oversaturated colors, all tweaks for color management are turned on in about:config. Any help would be appreciated.
S Simeonov replied to the topic Using Single Curve + Matrix, adjusting patches = changes profile in the forum Help and Support 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I’m happy with the result, i was just worried that I was creating a profile with not enough patches but you’ve put my mind at ease.
You used the default 34 patches, right?
I left the brightens down to 50 nits as i like my display less bright, if i do anything important ill make a second calibration at 80 nits.
Delta E seems relay good & gamut coverage seems fairly good.
I used a user submitted correction for my display, I hope that was good.
Thanks for the help
Looks good. 🙂
hi I used display cal to calibrate my Benq GC2870 with a color munki display on windows 10 (amd RX 580 GPU), chose the sRGB preset from settings and got a good report.
but im not sure if that preset was the best option to chose as the display clams to be wide gamut.
is there a better preset to use?
hoping to use light room CS6
I’m having trouble selecting the right type of correction forAW342DW which has nano-ips, I have colormunki display. These are the available corrections from the online database http://imgbox.com/Ddloufch
One of the “spectral” will do the job. It looks like common WLED PFS phosphor.
Thank you, Vincent.
S Simeonov replied to the topic Basic editing for web, calibrate to srgb or gamma 2.2? 6500k? in the forum Help and Support 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Aim for 80-120 nits – depends on the room lighting you are working on. 6504K is required, and I would use gamma 2.2.
My monitor is connected via displayport 1.2, and by default it is set to 8 bit in nvidia control panel, I made my calibrations for windows and madvr 3dlut with this 8 bit selection. I’m wondering if I switch to 10 bit which is (8 bit+frc) according to the monitor specs, will it affect it in a negative way, the next time I make calibrations etc. f…
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!
Sorry, that would have been useful, wouldn’t it?
I would select white level “as measured”, and calibration speed to “medium”. Also for tone curve “2.2 gamma”, unless you want that srgb tone curve for a reason.
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 n…
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