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Question Samsung SUHD Quantum Dot .ccss file

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I just got an i1D3 that seems to be working really well with my computer monitor. I do have some issues with a Samsung 55" JS8 though. While the meter seems to be reading light radiated from the set okayish, i.e. it seems possible to have a smooth gamma ramp, it always ends up with a colored tint. To my eyes, this colored tint does not appear on the computer monitor upon calibrating with hcfr.

I guess the meter could have some general issues measuring output from Samsung's SUHD sets, possibly something that could be fixed using a colorimeter calibration spectral sample. Unfortunately, I do not currently have the hardware to make a sample, but maybe someone else does?

From the looks of things, it seems straightforward, in HCFR select Advanced -> Meter correction file -> Build CCSS.

Most probably it is possible to invoke some ArgyllCMS command to achieve the same result.

I would be interested in seeing if a sample would improve reading of the new Samsungs, and a .ccss could be useful to anyone else who might come across a SUHD set.

Anyone able to help?
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I also have been looking for a correction file for a js8500 but haven't found one. Is there one out there?
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Try setting the Display Type to "Non-Refresh Display" in HCFR or "None" in DisplayCal.

You probably won't be able to do the CMS very accurately but the grayscale should come out ok.
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Thanks. Sorry I took so long, I lost the thread. Am I better off just leaving the TV at it's default settings than trying to calibrate the CMS?

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