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post #1 of 4 Old 10-11-2012, 02:36 PM - Thread Starter
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I want to run a XYZ lut + matrix in Dispcal and then load that 3DLUT into yCMS for videos through MPC and MadVR.
However my problem is the i1Display Pro requires a .ccss for plasmas otherwise it seems to be quite off according to the HCFR thread and my own experience.
For HCFR I was able to use a 4 color matrix. I don't think its possible to use that in anyway for dispcal.

What I need is a .ccss from a reference meter for a i1Display Pro used on a plasma.

If anyone could help me out I would be very appreciative.

Or if there is any alternative, some information on it would be great.

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Here is a .ccss file created using a plasma+i1 pro (the notation is not correct). There are others in that database you can try out too.
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Thank you!
I did not realize the correction would be the same for a spyder 4.

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The ccss file is a characteristic of the display type and can be used to form a matrix correction for any meter.
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