Problem with Olad 4K screen (profil icc?)

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by Eluun, Dec 9, 2020.

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  1. Eluun

    Eluun New Member

    Hi, i come to you because i have a problem with my screen.

    I just bought the razer blade advanced 2020 4k oled model with the RTX 2080 max q super. The goal is to have an impeccable screen to be able to work on photography, video, 3d, retouching, photomontage etc.
    Except that I have several problems with the screen that I have never had with other screens. I try as best I can to find information on the internet but I can not find anything on this subject and it handicaps me to such an extent that I can not edit and therefore finalize my productions.
    When I open my freshly taken files with my XT3 lens which has no problem, I can notice in my photos that the shadows are crested, that the dynamics in the low lights are like cut out and have grain while it there is no basic grain. It looks a lot like what we know in the merge mode in Photoshop, we have a kind of gradient with grain and those regardless of the software I use, photoshop, lightroom, capture one. The only place where I don't have that is with the windows viewer but we know very well that it is not a reference. Anyway on the viewer, the image is much too saturated compared to what it is basic therefore.
    It does not appear when the brightness is higher.
    And today I am going to open photoshop to retouch a 3D production. I create a simple blank layer, I paint black on it, I lower the opacity and there, I have once again this kind of filthy and incomprehensible cresting but this time, no grain.
    But for once, it is so present that I absolutely cannot produce and therefore finalize my production, which is a shame when I see the price I have to pay to have an irreproachable screen.
    I looked to change the ICC profile, opting for sRgb which has contrast and colorimetry that seems closer to what I have on all my other screens. The problem is less visible on my photographs but remains unchanged on Photoshop.
    I have no idea where this could come from, I imagine it's a screen profile issue but in reality I don't know, it's just the thing that will make the most sense to me .
    Have you ever had the problem? Do you know a solution? Do I absolutely have to go through the screen calibration box? (which I intend to do but currently cannot).
    I'm afraid I have the problem despite the calibration so I prefer to come to you first. I am sharing pictures here with you of what I can have as rendered, unfortunately the photos are very dark and the problem occurs on this dynamic range, so I am sorry if you do not see much. I made an example in Photoshop with the fusion effect which will perfectly illustrate the rendering I have.

    Fuji XT3 edit screen (really low luminosity, need to up your luminosity to max to view the problem) :
    https://prnt.sc/vtbu48
    https://prnt.sc/vtbvvt
    https://prnt.sc/vtbxpi
    https://prnt.sc/vtby0u

    My photoshop illustration to show you what i see in my screen (think the pink is my very low luminosity contrast) :
    https://prnt.sc/vur0cq

    And my 3D edit on photoshop :
    https://prnt.sc/vzfxei

    I hope you'll can help me because i take a lot of delay.

    Best regards
     
  2. Eluun

    Eluun New Member

    PS : I dont have this problem with my phone (oled too) and my double screen in HDMI
     
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