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    Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Good! You know, right, that all this will get you is a chance of less banding in the image on the monitor. It only has to do with how the file is displayed on your monitor.
    Please stop feeding the trolls.

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    Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Yep, I usually get that when working on an image that has a rather uniform sky and is displayed very small (which with my native image size is around 12% of full size) When I zoom in it goes a way. Also, goes away once I flatten all the layers, probably because I use a totally non-destructive editing work flow which are just overlays. The flattening actually alters the image which is most likely why the banding disappears at the small display percentage.

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    Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    I'll have to follow up on information here, and on using Pallet Master. But given the surprising accuracy that I obtained, I don't feel like it's an urgent need. (But, will color manage none the less.)

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    Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    I'll have to follow up on information here, and on using Pallet Master. But given the surprising accuracy that I obtained, I don't feel like it's an urgent need. (But, will color manage none the less.)

    Thanks for the comments, though. I was unaware of some of these details.

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