Am 05.11.2010 20:17, schrieb Darzur:
On Fri, 05 Nov 2010 19:52:19 +0100, Florian Höch <lists+argyllcms@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I wouldn't use -G if you're interested in matching the requested gamma more closely, usually you want 'relative' ie. -g (please see the dispcal documentation for the difference).I've tried -g but then is even worse.
Meaning more colorization, lighter, darker...?
Have you tried without correction matrix? What screen model is it, and where did the ccmx file come from? Is it a wide-gamut screen?Yes it's wide gamut - EIZO S2243W. ccmx is created at the base of factory profile - I still didn't got any spectro. But it looks like
Hmm, I don't imagine a ccmx file created in such a way will yield good results.
there is no difference - with or without ccmx it reports display gamma as 2.09. I don't know - maybe creation of ccmx using spectro will
It shouldn't affect the gamma afaik.
straighten this error, but as far as I know ccmx is only for spectral characteristics correction. I've noticed also that readings from
Sure, but as the whitepoint as well as the calibration graybalance is a mixture of the primaries, it can be affected by the correction matrix (ie. it could affect the colorization you mentioned).
Spyder are very slow - especially updates during OSD whitepoint correction ( point 2) in dispcal menu). I feel that 1.3.0 was considerably faster, but I can't check it as I've deleted old files.
Old Argyll releases are still downloadable if you know the version, eg. http://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_V1.3.0_linux_x86_bin.tgz http://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_V1.3.0_osx10.3_ppc_bin.tgz http://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_V1.3.0_win32_exe.zip Regards -- Florian Höch