Originally Posted by Toto84
Hi ted, i am trying to profile my i1display pro with my reference spectro i1pro2 rev b to calibrate my new lg c9
I did 3 different profile and obtain different result.
Are those result correct?
Would my calibration will be accurate using one of those profile?
I warm up tv, spectro, colorimeter for 1 hours.
Hi, when you will run the meter profiling procedure, you need to have your CMS settings to default values (no internal CMS processing adjustments has to be active) and your TV colorspace to native gamut (wide gamut called to your LG).
Be sure also that all color enhancements and power saving features are disable, then check your contrast and color clipping to be sure that there no clipping to your white/colors.
Adjust your OLED light using the i1PRO2 to have about 100 nits @ your 100% White and then measure with i1PRO2 to keep these 4 readings (WRGB) as reference, then start the meter profiling and at the end compare the readings per color to see what kind of deviation you have.
You can read the 5 initial pre-calibration steps to provide the most accurate meter profile creation and calibration measurements here
NIST's accepted tolerances are below xy +-0.001 and +-1.5% Luminance when you will compare the 4 color (W,R,G,B) xyY chromaticity and luminance readings between the reference meter used (spectrophotometer/spectroradiometer) and profiled colorimeter (colorimeter with four color matrix correction loaded).
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