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I have a i1Display Pro which I am using with the ColorHCFR software. I also have the AVSHD calibration disc. What I do not have is a blue filter. I would like to know if there is a procedure to adjust the color saturation using ColorHCFR with out the blue filter?

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I have a i1Display Pro which I am using with the ColorHCFR software. I also have the AVSHD calibration disc. What I do not have is a blue filter. I would like to know if there is a procedure to adjust the color saturation using ColorHCFR with out the blue filter?

If i'm not mistaken that is addressed in the curtpalme calibration guide. google "Greyscale and Colour Calibration for Dummies"

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What I did on my GT30 was to measure 21% /Y of 75-Red Primary off of the 75/Y - White/grayscale pattern and then from there I kept measuring my primaries and secondaries at various color/tint settings that brought me the lowest errors.
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