Originally Posted by Tsantsa
Well, I got my Colormunki today and messed with it a little. I used the software that comes with it just to see what it does and it's pretty basic. I started up the HCFR fork and was instantly thrown into WTF-Land! I'll spend more time with it to get to know it, but initially it was quite overwhelming!
I have the colormunki display and love it with HCFR...Make sure you downloaded version 126.96.36.199 from zoyds sig in the HCFR thread.
Get the avs709 or GCD or Mascior's free calibration disc here in the forum as they work great.
What I did to calibrate my plasma was, I first installed the colormunki software and copied the Colormunki DLL file (found in the Xrite/program file) over to HCFR program file to enable the meter.You can use the the argyll drivers that come with HCFR to enable the meter as well but i just chose to use the factory one.
Then once HCFR see's my meter I chose it in the Sensor list ,click next then in the spectral drop down box I pick the Plasma spectral (If your calibrating an LCD,LED chose that spectral).
Then you just want to check your preference in the advance tab and choose your gamma setting,HD709 color space etc,just like the calibration guide for dummies suggest.
Then just load up your favorite calibration disc and do what the guide says.Set contrast,brightness then your greyscale 80% and 30% patterns as close to 100% as possible.
Oh btw I would recommend using the software that came with it to calibrate your laptop,computer,gaming display.HCFR for your tv's.