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  • klev
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    Re: w8/7 color management settings and nvdia drive

    You should be able to do that, but you will want to test the results to ensure that they're in line with what you expected to see. I don't know all of the implementation details of both things, so I can't guarantee that they will be absolutely equivalent.

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  • mantra
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    Re: w8/7 color management settings and nvdia drive

    Originally posted by klev View Post
    Care to elaborate regarding lights? I may have misinterpreted you. Typically you get the best results working in low light, but it's not always practical. I prefer low light, because surroundings influence the way stuff will appear to you. It can also make your notebook screen appear dark and flat, due to being overpowered by things that reflect off of it. You can't do much about that, especially not if you're outside. You can shade it or bring a dark cloth if it's really important. For just general variations in indoor lighting, you're mostly okay. For photoshop I recommend disabling any auto-brightness features. Just calibrate/profile as you normally would and leave critical decisions for a more controlled environment whenever possible.
    hi
    thanks
    i create several monitor profiles with different daylight and shade for my laptop
    can't switch with color munki software
    can i use windows color management to switch betweem them with using set as default and have "use Windows display calibration" enabled to load gamma correction?

    http://i.imgur.com/VtcPJLY.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/u94ABvD.jpg

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  • klev
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    Originally posted by mantra View Post
    hi
    and for my laptop ? i'm often out with different lights , can't calibrate everytime

    what should i do with a laptop?

    thanks
    Care to elaborate regarding lights? I may have misinterpreted you. Typically you get the best results working in low light, but it's not always practical. I prefer low light, because surroundings influence the way stuff will appear to you. It can also make your notebook screen appear dark and flat, due to being overpowered by things that reflect off of it. You can't do much about that, especially not if you're outside. You can shade it or bring a dark cloth if it's really important. For just general variations in indoor lighting, you're mostly okay. For photoshop I recommend disabling any auto-brightness features. Just calibrate/profile as you normally would and leave critical decisions for a more controlled environment whenever possible.

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  • mantra
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    Re: w8/7 color management settings and nvdia drive

    Originally posted by klev View Post
    sRGB is just a generic profile, although it refers to a number of subtle variations. Just run whatever calibration utility you would for the updated version. Nothing you wrote gives any real indication of what happened.
    hi
    and for my laptop ? i'm often out with different lights , can't calibrate everytime

    what should i do with a laptop?

    thanks

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  • klev
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    Re: w8/7 color management settings and nvdia drive

    sRGB is just a generic profile, although it refers to a number of subtle variations. Just run whatever calibration utility you would for the updated version. Nothing you wrote gives any real indication of what happened.

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  • mantra
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    w8/7 color management settings and nvdia drivers

    hi

    today i updated my nvidia drivers on my laptop and i get some color issue

    according to a topic in the
    nvida forum Nvidia drivers bad color management; HELP
    (i don't know if i can add the link,seeing it's another forum )

    i would like to know if i have to setup w8.1 and w7 color management like the forum

    in short should i assing to my monitor device sRGB Color Space Profile.icm ?

    thanks

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