I have the LG for my rMBP which I am very disappointed with the brightness and color. Anyone out there who has calibrated their rMBP, may I ask if it's possible to share? i'm trying to love this screen but somehow somewhere I can't.
This is what I currently use, not sure if will be good enough for you but it is for my Samsung screen.I have the LG for my rMBP which I am very disappointed with the brightness and color. Anyone out there who has calibrated their rMBP, may I ask if it's possible to share? i'm trying to love this screen but somehow somewhere I can't.
Exactly. If screens didn't very, there would be little point to calibration.No two screens will be exactly the same, so using someone else's calibration profile isn't the best idea. Even within the same manufacturer there's a lot of variance from screen to screen.
sigh was hoping to find someone who has a calibration profile that could be the same as the Samsung's.That is what happens when you use the OSX icc file on the Samsung rMBP under windows.
However, the OSX icc file on the LG rMBP works fine under Windows.
I have both. LG and Samsung displays are totally different beasts.
perhaps you're right. Was trying to see my luck if there was any calibrated profile that would fit me. I don't know how to calibrate myself. what I did was download a bunch of profiles and select to fit what pleases my eyes more. haha cheers!Exactly. If screens didn't very, there would be little point to calibration.
I1 DisplayPro, used the I1 Profiler ( latest version) ..the only output I've saved was the QA report ( 24 Color check patch versus LAB) ..White point was targeted for 6500 .. luminosity at 120 .. I can zip the QA report if you'd like..You have your graphs you can upload? Which i1 (D2, Pro, etc...) and what software?
Glad it makes the display look better for you .. Calibration doesn't always do that for people, as color, etc can be very subjective .. This profile targets 6500k and 120 lum , which might be a little too 'cool' and bright for some people that prefer a warmer white .. Calibration also insures accurate color ..it won't necessarily make colors more vibrant, etc .. or 'better looking' ..that's the subjective part .wow this is nice! enjoying my lg display more now. thanks so much!
Please do, I have yet to try any profiles, but surely the more the options the easier it is to find your own favourite.I can upload the calibrated profile for my LG screen if anyone cares (each screen being different etc.). I used a Spyder 3 to do it and chose a white point of 6500k, with some ambient lighting present.
One thing that surprised me that the preinstalled profile was already very close to the calibrated one! The calibrated one is just a touch warmer. For my old MBP, the cal. profile was vastly different from the preset!