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LightSpace CMS 6.6.3.1986 (13 October 2014)

A new version of LightSpace has just released.

This version includes:

-- Auto Close option added after Display Characterization

-- Lumagen Radiance 21xx 17^3 LUT support added

-- Additional EIZO integration added

-- BON display integration added

-- Additional Arri Look tools added

-- Support for NEC display calibration integration

-- Additional LUT formats added

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LightSpace CMS 6.6.4.2004 (10 November 2014)

A new version of LightSpace has just released.

This version includes:

-- Upload thermometer added

-- Auto Close option added after Display Characterisation

-- Lumagen 17^3 LUT support added

-- Additional EIZO integration added

-- BON display integration added

-- Additional Arri Look tools added

-- Support for NEC display calibration integration

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Just for the fun of it I ran some tests comparing 17^3 profiling and calibration, with a Quick Profile and calibration - all with the i1D3.

The 17^3 took 1 hour 20, and the QP 2 mins.

The results were rather interesting, with very little difference - both in the numbers and visually.
The display was a 'standard' LCD TV with acceptable RGB Separation, but does show what can be done with a very quick calibration process.

See: http://www.lightillusion.com/calibration_speed.html

Personally, on this display I normally use a 21^3 profile and calibration, as it takes just 2 hours 30, but it was an interesting comparison.

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Hi Steve,

There is an issue with your link. It should be: http://www.lightillusion.com/calibration_speed.html

I'm french .... sorry for my english
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Just for the fun of it I ran some tests comparing 17^3 profiling and calibration, with a Quick Profile and calibration - all with the i1D3.

The 17^3 took 1 hour 20, and the QP 2 mins.

The results were rather interesting, with very little difference - both in the numbers and visually.
The display was a 'standard' LCD TV with acceptable RGB Separation, but does show what can be done with a very quick calibration process.

See: http://www.lightillusion.com/calibration_speed.html

Personally, on this display I normally use a 21^3 profile and calibration, as it takes just 2 hours 30, but it was an interesting comparison.

Steve
Hi Steve,
I was looking at the graphs on your link and it occurred to me that if your RGB seperation is that good to start with, why do a LUTs calibration? Isn't the main benefit of a LUTs calibration to correct for the non linearities?

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Hi Jim,

That's a good question, and the simple answer is that while the display screen may have a 'linear' response to a change in input signal, very few in-built display colour management systems are themselves 'linear'.

This means the display's cms will introduce non-linear inaccuracies.

Unfortunately, this is all too common.

Also, the granularity of a 3D LUT is far greater across the full volumetric space than any display cms.
(Basically, in the example on the website page you have 17 point control over Red, Green, Blue, and Grey Scale, with the volumetric correction calculated between them - that is just no possible with basic display controls).
That will always produce a better final calibration.

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LightSpace CMS 6.6.4.2010 (19 November 2014)

A new version of LightSpace has just released.

This version includes:

-- Save Probe settings between program close/open

-- Colorimetry Research CR-250 integration added

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LightSpace CMS 6.6.7.2061 (24 March 2015)

Light Illussion has just released the Next Generation of Color Mathematics for it's advanced Color Engine, which is at the heart of the unparalleled calibration accuracy of LightSpace CMS.

The original Color Engine had previously proven to be the most accurate, as well as the fastest available for display calibration, LUT generation, LUT conversion and LUT manipulation. However, nothing is ever perfect, and Light Illusion knew they could do better. After over 6 man-months of work the algorithms and mathematics that are at the core of the LightSpace Color Engine have been totally re-written and enhanced, with visible and measurable improvements in final calibration results.

Note: for users that have performed a recent display profiling, they don't need to re-measure again their displays. It's required only to install the new LightSpace version, load their measurement file and generate the ColorSpace conversion to get the new 3D LUT correction file and then upload it to their 3D LUT hardware device or to their 3D LUT capable monitors. This saves a lot of time.

Full Release Notes @ available here.

This version includes:

-- New Colour Engine mathematics and algorithms

-- New LUT Format for Canon 4K Professional Displays

-- Changed operation of VideoScale functions

-- Changed defaults for Convert Colour Spaces

-- Added Differential Gamma graph

-- Added support for DVDO AVLab TPG patch generation

-- Corrected Active LUT effect on initial patch in Measure mode

-- Fixed error with Probe Settings not being remembered correctly

-- Small changes for CR-250 integration

-- Added error message if CDL/CCC file invalid

-- Corrected minor Convert Colour Space white loss

-- Changed UHDTV label to UHD Rec2020

-- Added ST2084 Gamma profiles for Rec709, Rec2020, and P3

-- Fixed error with Hubble probe connection

-- Fixed duplicate LUT being applied to Ref Image when exporting Arri Looks

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