Windows 10: Using Two ICC Colour Profiles With Two Displays Solved

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  1. Posts : 4,239
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       13 Jun 2017 #11

    Heimdall2020 said: View Post
    Thanks for the help to all of you, and sygnus21 for the advice.
    Im not very sure how people with two displays work If this is case, because as you said, every display, even from the same brand and exact model tend to be different, so, in the end you just have to calibrate one and deal with it?
    Anyway, thanks fot the help, will try and post In DP Review and try luck!
    You use the GPU software that allows you to create and control color profiles, even if you have two monitors. The problem is that when you use two different manufactures display devices and the screens are not the same manufacturer or one is larger, it can cause you to have to make one monitor to not be within the guidelines that you want and your eyes trick you into seeing one display device as worse or better than the other.

    The idea is to use the same monitors that have the same screen and guts, so that you can have both use the same color profile.
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  2.    13 Jun 2017 #12

    bro67 said: View Post
    Did I mention using Windows to control each color profile for what you want them for, no I did not. AMD, Intel and NVIDIA all have their own software to allow you to create different profiles for what you want to use them for.

    The fact that third party software can even override Windows and the chipset software that can control the color profiles has been known about since the first color monitors came out.

    Hi bro67, Im using crimson drivers for amd, and last night I checked to see If there was an option to enable color profiles for my displays, but I havenīt

    Can you explain how to do this, do I need some other tool that Amd provides for doing this?

    Thanks
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  3.    13 Jun 2017 #13

    bro67 said: View Post
    Did I mention using Windows to control each color profile for what you want them for, no I did not. AMD, Intel and NVIDIA all have their own software to allow you to create different profiles for what you want to use them for.
    And I will continue to ask you to prove this false statement you insist on pushing. It's simple - All you have to do is show us how AMD, Intel, and NVidia allows you to create color profiles. Link? Your own demonstration?

    I'm a photographer who calibrates his own monitor so I know a little about color management. I've used X-Rite, ColorByte (Spyder), and now SpectraView for my NEC monitor. Been color calibrating for years, and I've yet to see a graphics card software or hardware allow user created profiles. Anyone who knows a thing or two about color management also knows this.

    Prove me wrong.
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  4.    13 Jun 2017 #14

    Heimdall2020 said: View Post
    Hi bro67, Im using crimson drivers for amd, and last night I checked to see If there was an option to enable color profiles for my displays, but I havenīt

    Can you explain how to do this, do I need some other tool that Amd provides for doing this?

    Thanks
    This is no such feature. I'm also running an AMD graphics card, and using the Crimson drivers.
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  5.    13 Jun 2017 #15

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    This is no such feature. I'm also running an AMD graphics card, and using the Crimson drivers.
    Thanks for the clarification, the only option In the driver tab regardin "color" takes you to the Windows default calibration app...

    Thanks again
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  6. Posts : 4,239
    Mac OS Sierra
       13 Jun 2017 #16

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    This is no such feature. I'm also running an AMD graphics card, and using the Crimson drivers.
    Yes there is a feature and you have to have multiple monitors when you set the presets. PSA: This is how you create Eyefinity/Display profiles in the new AMD Crimson Driver. : Amd
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  7.    13 Jun 2017 #17

    bro67 said: View Post
    Yes there is a feature and you have to have multiple monitors when you set the presets. PSA: This is how you create Eyefinity/Display profiles in the new AMD Crimson Driver. : Amd
    OK, to put this to rest and move one....

    That has absolutely nothing to do with creating a monitor profile. The OP knows it, I know it, and anyone who knows color management knows it.

    Outside of that, I'll let you continue to speak for yourself.

    Later
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