Originally Posted by RoninF
can somebody let me know which type of correction should be used for an LG Oled 65E6D?
I know there is a profile called LED Oled (R G B White ) which seems to be correct but i have read several different comments in this regard.
Using i1d3's OLED table with LG OLED, don't expect to see improvement to your measurements because X-Rite has created that OLED table for RGB OLED displays like Sony Trimaster EL or FSI OLED Broadcast Monitors etc.
The LG OLED's are WRGB and their spectral response is different, so in your case it will not provide any advantage by using that X-Rite's OLED table.
Generally I've seen a number of questions raised regarding OLED calibration in various threads.
So, wondered if consumer OLED TV home users would be interested in the approach a majority of professional post-production studios use for the calibration of their grading OLED displays to counter the known issue of Metameric Failure?
The approach has been developed by Light Illusion in partnership with the professional display manufacture Flanders Scientific Inc. (FSI).
and FSI have their own version of the same information here: http://flandersscientific.com/index/...htSpaceCMS.pdf
While the instructions are written for LightSpace CMS, as that is what FSI use for all their factory calibration, the basic information will work with any calibration system.
Using this approach you will be able to remove the inherent green cast that many OLEDs tend to suffer.
(WRGB based LG OLED's suffer this issue less, due to their use of the additional White pixel.)
Hope this is of interest to those looking to get the best out of their OLED displays.
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