Is it possible that ArgyllCMS does not work properly work with / calibrate backlight-strobing displays? I have a 120Hz display that uses backlight-strobing ("Turbo 240"). It would make sense to turn that feature off before calibration and turn it back on afterwards, but Turbo 240 mode uses different gamma & white balance, so the only way to calibrate it accurately is by using Turbo 240 mode during ArgyllCMS calibration & profiling. It seems to calibrate/work just fine, but I just wondered if there could be inaccuracies due to light-strobing. I used both - calibration AND profiling, rather than profiling itself, to create 3DLUT's for madVR and ReShade.
It is now so awesome with ArgyllCMS - all you need is to spend $175 on ColorMunki Display and your display's color accuracy stops being a major factor for both film playback and even video games (aside from display type issues, like gamma shift, color gamut coverage, etc) ! Bad accuracy is no longer a major CON for displays that way!
Last edited by Masharak; 09-15-2015 at 10:17 AM.