Originally Posted by gwgill
You can probably use DispcalGUI to create the display profile, since nothings changed about that, and just have to switch to the command line for the 3dLUT creation.
[BTW. I meant that you have to start with ArgyllCMS V1.5.1 of course - 1.5.2 is the beta code version.]
I followed some instructions from another user on another forum, but I still either did the wrong thing or am missing something. I'll copy and paste and maybe someone can assist.
Ok after performing a calibration (which failed at the end and said profile not complete) using this guide
, I am left with a bunch of files in a newly created directory in my dispcal folder: (followed up to here: Set dispcalGUI to video, profile type XYZ LUT + matrix. Click the advanced button to set gamut mapping options: check both boxes; select an Rec. 709 profile; set the intents to absolute colorimetric. Click on the Calibrate & Profile button. When finished install the ICM profile. Check that it is loaded as the default profile for your display in the color management control panel.)
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX
But again, I am missing some files or am not understanding how I now create the actual 3dlut. Per the Scenarios.html readme, it says to use the following:
collink -v -3 m -e t -E t -I b -I 2.2 -G -i r Rec709.icm TV.icm HD.icm
I can copy and paste the Red709.icm easy enough to the directory where collink.exe is located, but I can't find TV.icm or HD.icm and I don't understand where all the files I just created after an hour long calibration/profile with dispcal factor in.
I have the following in the Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX folder:
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.all.cmd
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.cal
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.dispcal.cmd
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.dispread.cmd
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.ti1
Panasonic-TV 2013-05-02 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.ti3
Someone halp, if this should go to PM's then please advise.