I don't have any consoles or stand alone players, just normal pc with radeon 6970 setup as extended desktop, to view movies from my computer. And I do mean all the time, not other source than the pc.
I bought few days ago i1dispaly pro to calibrate my lcd monitor and my projector and I have been thinking about the whole calibrating process. Do I really need avsforum calibration disc or my sonys RCP to properly calibrate my projector? As I figure, since my pj is hooked to computer, the only thing I need to do is to calibrate it just like any other regular computer screen?
This would be super easy compared to the way everyone else is doing it here. Loading up calibration disk and manually adjusting everything. As I figure the computer screen calibration goes more faster and it makes this calibration file which is loaded every time windows starts.
So does the x-rite iprofiler calibration software make the same end result as any other monitor calibration software? Or is there so big difference between different software that I should consider something else?