Le 27/01/2010 00:04, Pascal de Bruijn a écrit : > On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 10:52 PM, Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> Pedro Côrte-Real wrote: >>> >>> brown and the end result ends up being like that. So I'm assuming that >>> dispcal is not producing an adequate .cal file. Anything I'm doing >>> wrong? Is there any White/Black point setting I'm missing? >> >> Are you sure it's not a viewing angle thing ? On the cheapy >> display on my Macbook it looks rather brown if you don't >> view a spot on the display from exactly the right vertical >> angle. It looks grey the way the instrument sees it, but >> in general the display vertical viewing angle is far too >> poor for accurate color rendition. > > Most laptop displays have this problem :( > > The displays on Macbooks are usually reasonably good compared the > cheaper PC laptops... Sure, my low-end laptop (Asrocks) has a viewing angle very much smaller than a macbook. On the contrary, I profiled also my plasma HDTV (46'' Panasonic), it has almost no directivity: even with 60° viewing angle the colors are still perfect.