KnightsFan Posted March 4, 2019 Share Posted March 4, 2019 6 minutes ago, kye said: Your computer should be smart enough to have separate colour profiles for each monitor, so I'm not sure your logic is correct? That is true, but I would have to actually make a calibration profile for the TV. I started to do so last week, but after DisplayCAL took 5 hours to analyze the TV, I found I'd made a mistake, and I haven't had a need for accurate color that was worth 5 more hours. The real problem with color calibration on consumer devices is that for whatever reason, there is no consistent way to calibrate the entire computer display without an expensive LUT box. Graphics cards should just have a LUT box built into them, instead of the mish-mash of ICM profiles, VCGTs, and application-specific LUTs that we currently have. It's a ridiculous headache even with color managed software, let alone browsers. kye 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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