Originally Posted by gwgill
That's pretty interesting, since I haven't done such a comparison myself.
Any feeling whether Argyll's fitting makes any difference (better or worse) when just using 4 patches (RGBW) ?
As you may know I have been asking the above question, not just for ArgyllCMS but also for CM and LS.
For my meter correction matrix, I have been using Klein's ChromaPure software for the K10-A and Jeti 1211.
How does ArgyllCMS "best fit" work.?
I did try and use dispcal/Argyll using the beta binary release for the K10-A, but didn't think it worked very well to create a meter correction matrix.
When I tried to run a meter correction matrix for the K10-A, dispcalGUI powered by ArgyllCMS used only the 4 WRGB patterns.
Does best fit use more than one four set of WRGB?
Because I use a VT60 (Plasma), I find that with using the Jeti 1211 as reference meter and K10-A as source meter to make a meter correction matrix. Using Klein's ChromaPure and make 3 or 4 meter correction matrix's, then use the correction matrix that has the best fit (least amount of errors for WRGB for use with the K10-A).
btw, are you planing on releasing the new source code for the K10-A in a binary release that I can use with dispcal.?
Also are you planing any time soon to add support for the Lumagen Radiance 20XX ?