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post #961 of 968 Old 08-27-2016, 02:33 PM
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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:


SynchMaster_2_sRGB.icm
SynchMaster_3_Adobe RGB.icm


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.)
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"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."
It does store different profiles, but those profiles support multiple DDC settings in the monitor as well as the graphics card 1D LUT. The only gamut volume management is the ICC profile and it is applied per application.

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On the first few pages I read that a user calibrated 4913 points with CalMAN I often saw that CM crashes if you go higher than 3500 points.

Has anyone good experience with such high pointed LUT's?
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On the first few pages I read that a user calibrated 4913 points with CalMAN I often saw that CM crashes if you go higher than 3500 points.



Has anyone good experience with such high pointed LUT's?


We run 10,000 point LUT measurements in the office without issues. If you're using a network pattern generator, we highly recommend using ethernet, One hick up in the wireless connection and it will cause an error if you were using a networked pattern generator that isn't directly on the same machine running CalMAN.

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On the first few pages I read that a user calibrated 4913 points with CalMAN I often saw that CM crashes if you go higher than 3500 points.

Has anyone good experience with such high pointed LUT's?
I have run multiple 10,000 - 8,000 - 6,000 and 4,000 point sessions with no issues.

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On the first few pages I read that a user calibrated 4913 points with CalMAN I often saw that CM crashes if you go higher than 3500 points.

Has anyone good experience with such high pointed LUT's?
I recall having some issues along the way but I think you'll find that the current release and a pretty basic connection should work fine. This thread was started about 4 years ago, so I wouldn't take early post to be relevant to today.

This is not to say that you won't come across other issues relevant to your particular display. If its an OLED, then you have to set adjustments accordingly.

What are you wanting to calibrate? What are you using hardware wise?
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I'm using the latest CalMAN 2016 build and I want to calibrate my LG 65 E6.

I use a eecolor box and a C6-HDR Meter

TV: LG OLED 65E6D Sources: Oppo UDP-203 Video Processor: TruVue eeColor
Probe: C6-HDR profiled by i1Pro2 Software: Lightspace HTL, Calman 5 Enthusiast
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eeColor Processor - CalMAN - 3D LUTs

I'm aiming 130 nits and use mobileforge for my pattern and 10% window size. My meter is set up to run 10 samples and the low light handler with 10 samples under 30 cd/m2 is also activated. And I'm using the pattern inseration mode every 10s with 75% stim level for 1s

TV: LG OLED 65E6D Sources: Oppo UDP-203 Video Processor: TruVue eeColor
Probe: C6-HDR profiled by i1Pro2 Software: Lightspace HTL, Calman 5 Enthusiast
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