I have a wide gamut monitor but I want to use it in sRGB color space only.
I calibrated it with DisplayCAL and I got 99,1% sRGB coverage.
After that I experienced some issues viewing photos with specific photo viewer applications. Colors looked so different than in Lightroom - with extra red and in high contrast.
I experience that issues with:
- ACDSee 8.0 Quick View (Pro was just fine)
- Fast Stone Image Viewer (no matter CMS option is activated or not)
- Paint (of course!).
I decided to the switch monitor from AdobeRGB to sRGB profile in monitor menu. Then I recalibrated monitor that way and voala! All viewers started showing photos same way. But in that case I found that the coverage was 96%.
I want sRGB coverage of 99%. How could I achieve it and photos to look consistent over different viewers.
If I stick to Case A: Could I be sure that everyone (with calibrated monitor) will see my photos as me in smart "viewers": ACDSee Pro, LightRoom?