It would be very nice if we could only take the color space form the reference Rec709.icm file (without the embedded Gamma), and take the Gamma from the Measured.icm.
Yes, but the Rec709.icm file has a gamma of 709 which as we all know is for encoding only.
What is the point of emulating the gamma of Rec709 for an Electro-Optical device?
Therefor the result (if not using bt.1886 options) is way too bright.
Is there no way to merge my .cal file with the Rec709 color space and create .icm file with my gamma curve AND 709 color space?
I just don't see why do we need the gamma curve from other .icm files if we have our own calibrated one.
By default collink enforces the gamma curve from the Rec709.icm profile, which is not what any other color managed software does.
I want to create a 3DLUT that uses MY calibration (gamma) file, and shows perfect Rec709 colors.
I want a 3DLUT that makes MadvR "Color Aware" but not play with my gamma in any way.
Until now there is no such option with collink or madvr at all.
Just like what MPC-HC does with Color Management natively.
Hope this makes it clearer.
Edited by James Freeman - 10/7/13 at 7:40am