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Does anyone else's monitor flicker? The lower right hand corner of my monitor seems to flicker every once in awhile. Not sure what the cause is.
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Originally Posted by brialee8 View Post

Does anyone else's monitor flicker? The lower right hand corner of my monitor seems to flicker every once in awhile. Not sure what the cause is.

Mine does when it first comes on - seems to be getting better (shorter) now though. *knocks on wood*
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I just noticed that these are being created as icm files, using dispcalgui and loading them with color sustainer. Whats the deal with that over icc profiles?
They're the same file format. Mac programs typically use the .icc extension, while Windows programs typically use the .icm extension.
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Hehe nice. Remind me what sensor you got?

An interesting test: *download HCFR --> View images --> Choose sensor --> Display measurement --> Measure grayscale, primaries, and secondaries* for the following scenarios:

1) 12c profile at 12c brightness
2) 12c profile at 20c brightness
3) 20c profile at 12c brightness
4) 20c profile at 20c brightness

Be sure to have left your monitor on for at least 30m-1h so that it stabilizes as I have found out that verifying previously accurate profiles gave me errors if the display had not warmed up. You'd expect no warmup period with LED but it seems this is the panel warming up.

I'll do the same at my side soon. If the errors are the same then it would be pointless to provide profiles at different brightnesses. Measure on highest brightness to obtain higher black levels that are easier to measure particularly on Spyder4 sensors.

My laptop does show a difference in error between 80% and 100% so I have two profiles, one for 80% (~140cd/m2) and one for 100% (~330cd/m2) off the top of my head.

Colormunki Display, no more testing, brain overload. tongue.gif
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What were the programs again for the colour profiles?

The default one in windows doesn't ever seem to work.
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I finally got the refund back.

On the exact same day my offer for the ultimate perfect pixel expired.
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I finally got the refund back.

On the exact same day my offer for the ultimate perfect pixel expired.

ouch. how much was the offer inl postage?
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ouch. how much was the offer inl postage?

Same as yours, I don't think i would have gone for it anyway though, got to insure a car first before I spend the rest of my money.
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What were the programs again for the colour profiles?

The default one in windows doesn't ever seem to work.

The windows one seems to work fine for me, I used the guide from the front page. As for the alternatives. There's CPkeeper and colour sustainer.
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Same as yours, I don't think i would have gone for it anyway though, got to insure a car first before I spend the rest of my money.

If you're going to order it - ask storewithstory to try and make the EBAY UK one with a best offer price.
So then you can get square trade
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

The windows one seems to work fine for me, I used the guide from the front page. As for the alternatives. There's CPkeeper and colour sustainer.

I tried using it as shown in the OP - but I hit "set as default" and nothing happens...:/
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