Originally Posted by sotti
There is no such thing for a displays as an srgb or an adobe icc profile. You measure the displays native performance and then each application decides how to use the displays capabilities.
In CalMAN there is a checkbox to turn ICC profiles on for the internal pattern window or for client3's patterns
Thanks again, though I am more confused. From the SpectraCal website:
"Unlike any other calibration software on the market, CalMAN Client 3 allows users to create multiple calibration profiles for each monitor. Whether you need one calibration each for two different color standards, such as Rec.709 and DCI/P3, or you want to calibrate a laptop to different lighting environments, CalMAN Client 3 is the tool for the job."
I created one profile for sRGB and one profile for Adobe RGB. As best I can tell these are ICC profiles (as I verified using the ICC Profile Inspector), specifically:
CalMAN Client 3 allows me to switch between these profiles, as well as selecting uncalibrated. There is also a checkbox for Bypass LUT. Visually, images change as I would expect from the switching of the profiles.
Could you help me find the switch you mentioned? Could you also point me to appropriate documentation so that I do not unnecessarily waste your time? (I have been reading the help.)