I'm reading about color profiles to know more because I just bought spyder LCD calibrator but I can't get any info I want.
I'm using WinXP and Radeon HD with its Catalyst driver.
So far I am assuming like this:
Upon fresh install of WinXP, it installs "plug&play" video card drivers and it works.
I've come accross this term called LUT (look up table), a RAM area inside the video card.
It's for accommodating a color profile such as the one produced by an LCD calibrator.
1) does this LUT area in the video card get loaded when no propriety drivers such as Catalyst is installed ?
2) If yes, then what's loaded into it? With WinXP's sRGB color space.icm? From BIOS inside the video card ?
3) Does the AMD Catalyst driver load its own color profile into the video card's LUT by default ?