My Question is,is any thing on Yosemite related with LUT´s different from Mountain Lion or anything Color-wise that i cant get it to understand?
LUTs where? Not that I know of and I'm not seeing any differences with respect to JPEG's in 10.10.
First off, is this for sure in the data or could it be in the display path? Are you calibrating your display and requesting V4 (version 4) ICC profiles? Don't do that. Use V2!
Next, could you supply a raw and then a JPEG you converted with the settings you used? We can try to replicate on our end.
In my opinion is a display thing,and only happens to me in OSX 10.10 or Mavericks,and yes my profiles are version 2 and matrix,but look at the image i post on the first post,i mean is the first time that i brings blacks to an image and the egdes appear like that,can you see the edges?with banding or whatever that is
Try recalibrating and building a new profile.
You see this on all files (JPEG's as well as raw)?
In everything man,this cant be normal,i been calibrating almost every day,i have turned off ambient light measurement as well from i1 display pro.
my settings on i1:
native white point
every time i calibrate trying to change white point,luminance or contrast to try to work around this issue the only things that i see changing are white point ,more warm or cool,the luminace on the display,and contrast more fade or less faded,that´s it. by now i probably tried out calibrating and profiling like 20 times or more.
And man,to be honest im not concerned now with the subtle darker tone on exported JPEGS,at least until i can solve this issue of banding or posterization.
Ambient light function is silly and unnecessary, keep it off.
Is the display indeed using a white LED? What you select can play a huge role. But if you didn't see this in the past, the only reason it would stop is a bug in the calibration software. And X-rite's good at that. I haven't heard reports from others of this issue however.
Can you set LUT instead of Matrix?
The native settings would produce less banding on a poor(er) quality display so I don't think that is it.
Do you see the banding in all applications that are color managed? In Photoshop viewed at 100% (NOT zoomed out). Do you see this for non .RAF data?
yeah,like you dont notice and suddenly you have your display at max brightness.
Well,I have checked my Macbook pro Specs and says it LED Backlit Display,i assume it´s White LED,however i have tried the standard CCFL and the results are indentical.
In Profile based i can choose between Matrix based* or Table based.Tone response curve i can choose between Standard* or sRGB
ICC Version :v2* or v4
Chromatic Adaptation:Bradford*,CIECAT02,Sharp and CMCCAT2000
And gamma values from 1.8 to 3 i have set to 2.2* although i already tried all of them,same results
the ones with an * is the ones i use.
Now between Apps
In Lightroom i see it (picture on top)
in ACR i see just like in LR
now if i export to PS from LR as a TIFF 16-bit ProPhoto its smoother,the way it should be or at least i think its the way it should work in LR or ACR as well,but i dont use ACR at all.
i have tried once in C1,it has the banding but slightly less,but is still there,
and yesterday i have tried iridient developer,and its the best in relationship with that problem,but for me is a bit complicated,im used to LR so much that im really trying to get this fixed,ill edit my first post with a screenshot of a TIFF in PS.
Here it is the TIFF from ps screen capture,it´s less but its still there in my opinion
It's the profile. LR is real picky about this and of course, you must view in Develop module at 1:1 for a proper preview of the data.
Do you have an option for native gamma? Try that. Or the colorimeter is going bad, might need to check on that. It's not in the data if you don't see it in Photoshop at 100%.
The only way i have to change the gamma is or mac preferences/display by starting to calibrate by "eye" in there i can change it,but thats a bad idea or inside i1 settings by changing it,but you advice to go higher or lower on gamma?i´m on 2.2 right now
No, I'm talking about a setting for Native Gamma in the calibration software. Might not have it. Kind of doubt that's it, the profile isn't acting the same in PS and LR if I'm understanding you and they should. V4 would do this as PS is OK and LR isn't with this kind of profile. If it goes away using the system profile, then it's whatever is building your custom profile OR the instrument is providing bad data. Or it could be a bug (in the calibrating software).
Got an external display you can test?
i just tested on my wifes imac and its smooth there,a little warm but i was just looking for the banding,no banding at all really smooth, i have those settings in i1 software,which i start to think that any profile i create from it its bad since i have already tried any possible settings mix...
Thanks a lot man for your time and help,i´ll keep dig on this