05-08-2012 12:08 AM - edited 05-08-2012 12:15 AM
zsero, I assume you're now using the FHD, so how do the profiles qwerty42 generated with his Spyder3 and dispcalGUI compare with what you've generated with the FHD, built-in calibrator, and dispcalGUI?
05-08-2012 02:15 PM
I've been using the profile that you uploaded for a couple of days now. Fantastic!!!!
Thanks for posting the profiles and instructions. It is posts like yours that make Lenovo community worth coming back to.
05-08-2012 03:17 PM - edited 05-08-2012 03:18 PM
OK, after a lot of trial and error I could create the profile to use from qwerty's measurement data:
It is using the data from the XYZLUT one, but has 3 curves + matrix and gamma 2.2. So it's a combination of both.
Use this profile, as programs like ACDSee have bugs with the XYZLUT one. Also the colors are not inverted in Firefox with this one:
Install it using dispcalGUI, it's the easiest way to get all the settings correct!
05-09-2012 12:06 AM
Hi all, sorry for the late response... glad to see everyone is having so much success with the display profiles!
finalpatch -- Thanks for the info! That is a great feature of dispcalGUI, and I had no idea it could do that until I saw your post. If anyone else does this too, please use the XYZ-LUT profile that I uploaded as your starting point, because it's based on many more measurements than the other one (I also had the temperature drift compensation turned on for the Spyder sensor when I made it, which took forever but had great results).
I agree with zsero's recommendation of using dispcalGUI to install the profiles, it's the easiest way if you don't mind having an extra program installed. (It is a great piece of software though.)
If anyone needs help with anything, just let me know. I want to make sure that everyone who wants to see great color on their screens is successful
05-13-2012 01:00 AM - edited 05-13-2012 01:01 AM
You’ve done great job with dispcalGUI profiles! Thanks! Now my W520 FHD LCD look (colorwise) almost like IPS LCD on my old T60p (still can’t get over it), of course only if I’m wearing cervical collar to keep sweet spot viewing angle.
When I turn off Nvidia Optimus in BIOS and enable only Nvidia Quadro 2000M both profiles looks (to me) oversaturated. Can you please try same thing on your ThinkPad and share your opinion?
Did you calibrated LCD using integrated graphic card or discrete?
05-13-2012 12:28 PM
06-22-2012 08:42 PM
07-04-2012 05:02 AM
I would like to ask the same - can a profile be loaded without coloremeters installed.
Qwerty42: would your W520 prfile work on a W530? Display and hardware signatures the same?