First of all, thanks for keeping maintained this great software. I'm just trying to calibrate my LCD monitor and plasma tv time to time on 'hobby' level, so a shareware software is really not for me
I have an i1Display2 since ~4 years. I know that this device is far from being perfect in terms of precision and stability over time. Yet, I'd like to know if it is still possible in a way to use it? So, I have some questions:
- I've read here, and other sites as well that it is somehow possible to calibrate colorimeters to a better reference. I have an access to an i1DisplayPro. Is it possible to make the i1D2 back on track for a while with this device?
- So far what I've understood, I'll need to create a correction matrix, and provide this to HCFR when calibrating next time with i1D2..? Is there a description available somewhere how to do this procedure?
- I have a Panasonic VT60(VT65) plasma TV, which is famous for its high precision, and high configurability.
Do you think it makes sense to try to do the job with the i1D2?
- If I am not mistaken, this colorimeter referencing should be done on a certain display. I am not sure if I can borrow the DisplayPro from the guy who has it. So I might need to go to his place, and compare the two devices on an LCD screen. Can this work, or the result would not give me an i1D2 that could be used on my plasma screen?
I think you know get the point what I'd like to achieve. If you could give me advice how to go on, that would be really great!