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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

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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
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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,
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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LightSpace CMS 7.0.0 is coming….

For LightSpace users, there some real interesting new features like these ones you can see below:

Quick Profiling

Additionally to the Quick Profiling of Primary/Secondary Colors measurements that were available since now, Gamut Saturations @ 75% or 100% Stimulus Level and Memory Colors (Color Checker Classic) options added, to quick overview the performance of any display.



Here is an example of the CIE chart after the Memory Colors measurement:



Gamut Triangle Level

The new Gamut Triangle Level function enables the visualization of a display's gamut at all matched RGB primary points throughout the full stimulus range. By cycling through list of available matched RGB primary points it is possible to see the shape and size of the Gamut, and see at what levels it is smaller or larger that the desired target.



When you will run a Quick Profiling of Primary Colors which measures 20-Point of Luminance per color channel @ 100% Saturation, you will be able later to check the 100% Saturation of any Luminance level to overview the gamut coverage triangle over these 20-Point Luminance levels to check if the gamut coverage remains the same or if is reduced; to find which pre-calibration settings give the largest coverage etc.

This is extremely helpful when it comes to understanding the underlying capabilities of a given display.

Stimulus Levels



The Stimulus Levels function is another of the 'filters' for the CIE graphs, and defines how the measured points are shown. As with all the points filters they are additive options, and will combine with any other filters selected. The Stimulus Levels filter will show any and all points that include the selected value within any R, G, or B stimulus data. This enables easier selection of a given point to enable it to be isolated via a double click to see the points associated measured color data and Delta-E values.

Delta-E

You can display at the CIE Chart only the colorpoints with the selected dE range, to check what areas of the display have more errors.



The Delta-E filter is also another of the 'filters' for the CIE graphs, and defines how the measured points are shown. As with all the points filters they are additive options, and will combine with any other filters selected. Therefore to see just the points within the available Delta-E ranges first disable all other filter tick boxes. The benefit of this filter function is that it enables a quick assessment of the spread of Delta-E values within the measured profile, allowing a very quick understanding of the overall accuracy of the display.

Reports

The new Reporting feature enables a .pdf export of the various graphs, as well as details on various aspects of the selected profile, including Luma range, contrast, Delta-E ranges, etc., as well as user editable sections for client name, display, probe data, and more.

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Hello everybody,

I have just put on line on my site an interview from Steve Shaw, CEO of Light Illusion : http://performances-home-cinema.fr/2...ec-steve-shaw/

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LightSpace CMS 7.0.0 is coming….

For LightSpace users, there some real interesting new features like these ones you can see below:

Quick Profiling


Gamut Triangle Level


Stimulus Levels

Delta-E


Reports
WoW

these look like really great updates. Thanks for the preview Ted and Steve.

Ted , I emailed you a couple of times (04/29 , 04/30) but no reply. Did you receive or are you busy ?


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Ted , I emailed you a couple of times (04/29 , 04/30) but no reply. Did you receive or are you busy ?
Hi, I saw your emails and replied to them instantly, but by a weird issue you are not receiving them. I will try to locate the problem. Thanks

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Hi, I saw your emails and replied to them instantly, but by a weird issue you are not receiving them. I will try to locate the problem. Thanks

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LightSpace CMS 7.0.0.2155 (15 June 2015)



Light Illusion releases Version 7 LightSpace CMS – a major features update.

New features include:

-- Added new Maths functions for LUT Manipulations

-- Added ‘Sweeps’ to Quick Profiling options

-- Added memory Colours to Quick Profiling options

-- Added EBU TEC3320 colour space pre-set

-- Error message if Colour Space name invalid

-- Additional CIE graph display filters and features

-- Export PDF report capability

-- New LUT formats

-- BON 1D & 3D LUT Upload

-- ACES v1 fixes (for ACES not LightSpace)

-- Correction for madVR integration

-- Added gamut control for displays with limited gamut

-- New Manual Measure feedback Zoom graph

-- New Patch Colour section for Manual Measure

-- Added new AIO (all-in-one) mode for i1d3 RevB

Many if these new feature are all-new, and will be built upon in the coming weeks and months, with further updates being released for all LightSpace CMS users.

As is the case with all LightSpace updates, the new features are free to all users with valid option licenses that include the areas within which the new feature are contained.

The on-line user guides have been updated to include the new features, and it is recommended that all users refer to these, as some changes alter the previous operation of some LightSpace CMS features and functions.

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Ah..., its got everything ... I am really happy about this release

These are especially nice:

-- Added EBU TEC3320 colour space pre-set
-- Added ‘Sweeps’ to Quick Profiling options
-- New Manual Measure feedback Zoom graph
-- New Patch Colour section for Manual Measure
-- Export PDF report capability

Thanks to all LS team
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LightSpace CMS 7.0.0.2155 (15 June 2015)



Light Illusion releases Version 7 LightSpace CMS – a major features update.

New features include:

-- Added new Maths functions for LUT Manipulations

-- Added ‘Sweeps’ to Quick Profiling options

-- Added memory Colours to Quick Profiling options

-- Added EBU TEC3320 colour space pre-set

-- Error message if Colour Space name invalid

-- Additional CIE graph display filters and features

-- Export PDF report capability

-- New LUT formats

-- BON 1D & 3D LUT Upload

-- ACES v1 fixes (for ACES not LightSpace)

-- Correction for madVR integration

-- Added gamut control for displays with limited gamut

-- New Manual Measure feedback Zoom graph

-- New Patch Colour section for Manual Measure

-- Added new AIO (all-in-one) mode for i1d3 RevB

Many if these new feature are all-new, and will be built upon in the coming weeks and months, with further updates being released for all LightSpace CMS users.

As is the case with all LightSpace updates, the new features are free to all users with valid option licenses that include the areas within which the new feature are contained.

The on-line user guides have been updated to include the new features, and it is recommended that all users refer to these, as some changes alter the previous operation of some LightSpace CMS features and functions.

Download LightSpace CMS Demo or Upgrade for Licensed Users

Request Free Version License for LightSpace DPS (Display Profiling System)
Happy days ( or is it more headaches :-p) are here again! Thanks LS team!
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Happy days ( or is it more headaches :-p) are here again! Thanks LS team!
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Hopefully not more headaches, but I bet there will be some 'teething' issues to sort out!
So far, the feedback has been very positive, but we also have a list of additional improvements to be made - there are some limitations with the now features, but they will be improved/added to over the coming weeks, so keep an eye on the 'new version available' when you start LightSpace while on-line. As always, the upgrades are free to all licensed users.

For those using the i1 Display Pro OEM probe we have now switched over to the new RevB model, and that will be the probe supplied with all new orders. The new AIO mode (All In One) adds a level of improvement for all display types, with faster and improved measurement results.

Users with an original i1 Display Pro OEM will get a simple error message if they try to use the AIO mode.

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.................The new AIO mode (All In One) adds a level of improvement for all display types, with faster and improved measurement results.

Users with an original i1 Display Pro OEM will get a simple error message if they try to use the AIO mode.

Steve

The added dE Dist. graph is great along with the Min-Max-Avg. dE table at the bottom of the PDF reports, now I can delete all the folders I have filled with screenshots for Characterization/Verification Profiles.


Just amazingly simple yet thorough and pertinent information ....



Curious, what aspects influenced the choosing of the name "All In One" for this mode ?
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The added dE Dist. graph is great along with the Min-Max-Avg. dE table at the bottom of the PDF reports, now I can delete all the folders I have filled with screenshots for Characterization/Verification Profiles.


Just amazingly simple yet thorough and pertinent information ....
Glad you like the changes - there is a lot more on the way...
(And we are happy for any feedback with suggestions and other ideas - not guarantees as to when any such feedback would be implemented, but we do listen to all users!)

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Curious, what aspects influenced the choosing of the name "All In One" for this mode ?
Ah - that is an X-Rite name. It describes the function of the new mode...
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I'm late but... downloaded.
Yeahaaa, what a great upgrade !!
My TV is grateful, thank you
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Glad you like the update!

There will be numerous additional updates over the coming few weeks, so keep an eye on the 'update' message that pops-up when you start LightSpace while on-line.

We are adding yet more new features, and enhancing the new options.

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OMG ! "Numerous additional updates", "adding yet new features", "enhancing the new options"... seems that we all, calibrators, will have a lot of work in the coming few weeks, THAT'S COOL THANK YOU SIR !
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Hopefully not more headaches, but I bet there will be some 'teething' issues to sort out!
So far, the feedback has been very positive, but we also have a list of additional improvements to be made - there are some limitations with the now features, but they will be improved/added to over the coming weeks, so keep an eye on the 'new version available' when you start LightSpace while on-line. As always, the upgrades are free to all licensed users.

For those using the i1 Display Pro OEM probe we have now switched over to the new RevB model, and that will be the probe supplied with all new orders. The new AIO mode (All In One) adds a level of improvement for all display types, with faster and improved measurement results.

Users with an original i1 Display Pro OEM will get a simple error message if they try to use the AIO mode.

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I got a new replacement i1 display pro retail. If I try out the AIO mode and do not get a error message, does it mean that I have a Rev B?
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Look on the counter weight and at bottom of sticker you should see the Manufacture date and Rev. A OR B info.
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I got a new replacement i1 display pro retail. If I try out the AIO mode and do not get a error message, does it mean that I have a Rev B?
The error essage will appear when you try to take a measurement, not when you select the AIO mode initially.

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The error essage will appear when you try to take a measurement, not when you select the AIO mode initially.

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Strange. I saw that my version on the weight holder says Rev A - 02. But when I try the AIO mode and do a measurement it works with no errors.

My initial unit that I bought in May was a Rev B unit. But as it had some issues with low light measurement (reporting failed read) I asked for a exchange. My replacement new unit was a Rev A. Now the AIO mode is not working.....

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A question regarding LS with Lumagen Mini 3D 125 points LUT.

I understand there are usually two ways to do adjustments.

First way is to use the display controls to adjust greyscale as best as possible, then run a cube for a 3d LUT for the 125 points on the Lumagen.

Second way is to leave all display controls alone except for brightness and contrast, and let LS/Lumagen do the rest via a cube calibration.

Assuming my display has a poor RGB separation, would it make more sense to use my display greyscale controls to balance this somewhat before the cube calibration? Or it does not matter ultimately. If so, I would like to understand why?
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A question regarding LS with Lumagen Mini 3D 125 points LUT.

I understand there are usually two ways to do adjustments.

First way is to use the display controls to adjust greyscale as best as possible, then run a cube for a 3d LUT for the 125 points on the Lumagen.

Second way is to leave all display controls alone except for brightness and contrast, and let LS/Lumagen do the rest via a cube calibration.

Assuming my display has a poor RGB separation, would it make more sense to use my display greyscale controls to balance this somewhat before the cube calibration? Or it does not matter ultimately. If so, I would like to understand why?
I have never heard of just adjusting brightness and contrast. I would always advocate adjusting 100 percent white, at least, to D65.
My own procedure is to set brightness and contrast and set 100% stimulus to d65 then measure different gamma and colourspace settings to find one with best rgb separation and closest gamma, while having gamut larger than target. Then i run the lut. If greyscale is not very linear prior to LUT profile i will usually try to fix it by adjusting other points as well, providing it doesn't wreck rgb separation.

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