[argyllcms] Re: Profiling a laptop display

  • From: "Martin Weberg" <martin.weberg@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 13:38:09 +0200

Remember it's just a lcd-laptop display. No good for color critical work
So, I skip the controls (-m) and use the following:

dispcal -m -qm -yl -t6500 -g2.2 -k0

Works great.

Martin Weberg

2007/10/20, Marco Presi <marco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi,
> I'd like to profile a laptop display. As such it doesn't have all the
> controls typical of an external monitor, so I cannot control Brightness,
> Contrast, RGB values (gain and offset), and so on.
> Thus I cannot perform the calibration step as described in the
> documentation tutorial.
> I run GNU/Linux and an Eye-One Display 2.
> I tried to use the backlit illumination (even if the precision was low..
> but better than anything) to control the brightness and to modify the RGB
> values by using xgamma after launching dispcal. However, it seems that
> xgamma is not effective at all while dispcal is running.
> How might I proceed to perform this step?
> Regards
> Marco

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