i1 Display Pro read and show x,y,Y in realtime?
Hello, I have a Sony G420 CRT monitor (and other flat panel monitors). The CRT has a large variety of fine internal adjustments that can be made with the proprietary Sony DAS (or WinDAS) program. Settings are made by moving sliders on a screen. However, with each test screen are instructions to "Adjust for x=0.313, y=0.329"---or other x,y,and Y values. The point is that I need to be able to know/ascertain the realtime x,y,Y levels on the display to make these slider adjustments. I’ve seen profiling software that will use your colorimeter (such as the “i1 Display Pro”) to show the current x,y,Y values, but with the stipulation that RGB are all at 255. Can anyone confirm to me if the “i1 Display Pro”, with appropriate software, will show <realtime> readings for x,y,Y—even at low IRE? This might determine if I will buy the Display Pro colorimeter in an auction which finishes in 45 minutes(?). I'm probably posting this too late to get a reply in time. But I think many of you veterans probably know the answer to this basic question. If the answer is "yes", is HCFR a software option that can show those realtime x,y,Y values (read from the Display Pro), at various light levels? If not, what software would do that? Thank you very much for your time!