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Taking an image "Outside" does not guarantee you D65 color temperature, unless measured. Also without having drivers adjusted to provide a D65 simulation on your monitor, the results can not be accurate enough to be called calibration. Even with the cheap calibration devices available it is difficult to sometimes get an accurate match between monitor and ...
In theory, this seems fine, but a cheap color calibration device gives you steps 1 and 2 already done, plus 3 done with many, many more samples than a color chart, and 4 done automatically. I'm willing to bet that inaccuracies in the first steps plus the limited number of samples add up to less-than-ideal results. With a "real" colorimeter costing under ...
After connecting the computer to my tv and back to this monitor the issue was gone. Nothing of what I've tried work and seriously had no clue as to what happened. Sorry I could not provide any good solution if anyone out there eventually will face this problem.
While this is a shot in the dark, I've had problems in the past with software creating unreadable icc profiles because of character encoding problems (I'm looking at you xrite). In my case some software could read the file, some couldn't. Try copying the content of the icc (icm) profile into a plain text editor, saving it, and replacing the original with the ...
Try using a spyder 4 pro or another product with similar capabilities.
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