I don't know sh*t about the software side of things, but I've looked at
some HDR monitors running custom programming in my local mall shop, and the
results are well worth it. This is not a fad like 3D, it is a genuine
consumer tech update.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 7:31 PM, ternaryd <ternaryd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue, 16 Aug 2016 16:56:37 +1000
Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Those lines in
"dispcal -v2" with "Failed", don't they vary
the colors hoping to get a reading which
matches some target values within some
Greater than 8 bpc or dithering help this
case, as would a new dispcal algorithm.
BTW, dispcal told me that it was unable to
find the bit-width of the Video LUT;
I'm not sure what you mean.
I don't recall the exact command line to
dispcal, but the message was: "Unable to
determine Video LUT entry bit depth." This was
strange, because dispwin -r did turn the screen
dark, light and normal, and loading strange.cal
would work as well as saving the initial table
and restoring it. What did not work was -c or
linear.cal. However, in the meanwhile I have
updated my debian and installed the latest
nVidia driver. Since then, dispwin -r tells that
"We don't have access to the VideoLUT." So my
guess is that I won't be able to reproduce the
previous message. Should I worry about that?
ArgyllCMS currently has no code to set LUTs
Does this mean, that the video LUT is in the
video card rather than in the monitor?