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Calibrate - Calibrate a Display.
Calibrate a Display
dispcal [options] outfile -v [n] Verbose mode -display displayname Choose X11 display name -d n[,m] Choose the display n from the following list (default 1) Optionally choose different display m for VideoLUT access 1 = 'Screen 1, Output DVI-I-1 at 0, 0, width 1920, height 1080' -dweb[:port] Display via a web server at port (default 8080) -c listno Set communication port from the following list (default 1) ** No ports found ** -r Report on the calibrated display then exit -R Report on the uncalibrated display then exit -m Skip adjustment of the monitor controls -o [profile.icc] Create fast matrix/shaper profile [different filename to outfile.icc] -O "description" Fast ICC Profile Description string (Default "outfile") -u Update previous calibration and (if -o used) ICC profile VideoLUTs -q [vlmh] Quality - Very Low, Low, Medium (def), High -p Use telephoto mode (ie. for a projector) (if available) -t [temp] White Daylight locus target, optional target temperaturee in deg. K (deflt.) -T [temp] White Black Body locus target, optional target temperaturee in deg. K -w x,y Set the target white point as chromaticity coordinates -b bright Set the target white brightness in cd/m^2 -g gamma Set the target response curve advertised gamma (Def. 2.4) Use "-gl" for L*a*b* curve Use "-gs" for sRGB curve Use "-g709" for REC 709 curve (should use -a as well!) Use "-g240" for SMPTE 240M curve (should use -a as well!) Use "-G2.4 -f0" for BT.1886 -G gamma Set the target response curve actual technical gamma -f [degree] Amount of black level accounted for with output offset (default all output offset) -a ambient Use viewing condition adjustment for ambient in Lux -k factor Amount to correct black hue, 0 = none, 1 = full, Default = Automatic -A rate Rate of blending from neutral to black point. Default 4.0 -B blkbright Set the target black brightness in cd/m^2 -e [n] Run n verify passes on final curves -z Run only verify pass on installed calibration curves -P ho,vo,ss[,vs] Position test window and scale it ho,vi: 0.0 = left/top, 0.5 = center, 1.0 = right/bottom etc. ss: 0.5 = half, 1.0 = normal, 2.0 = double etc. -F Fill whole screen with black background -n Don't set override redirect on test window -E Encode the test values for video range 16..235/255 -J Run instrument calibration first (used rarely) -N Disable initial calibration of instrument if possible -H Use high resolution spectrum mode (if available) -X file.ccmx Apply Colorimeter Correction Matrix -X file.ccss Use Colorimeter Calibration Spectral Samples for calibration -Q observ Choose CIE Observer for spectrometer or CCSS colorimeter data: 1931_2 (def), 1964_10, S&B 1955_2, shaw, J&V 1978_2, 1964_10c -I b|w Drift compensation, Black: -Ib, White: -Iw, Both: -Ibw -Y R:rate Override measured refresh rate with rate Hz -Y A Use non-adaptive integration time mode (if available). -Y p Don't wait for the instrument to be placed on the display -C "command" Invoke shell "command" each time a color is set -M "command" Invoke shell "command" each time a color is measured -W n|h|x Override serial port flow control: n = none, h = HW, x = Xon/Xoff -D [level] Print debug diagnostics to stderr inoutfile Base name for created or updated .cal and .icc output files