Originally Posted by gwgill
Not unless someone (i.e. the manufacturer perhaps) ships me a Lumagen Radiance to develop on.
Why can't you trust it ?
The reason, the pattern generator madTPG seems to work ok if there is no configuration problems as there seems to be when using a NVIDIA video card.
Python pattern generator will not work with the K10-A delay from Argy.
However I have just now found a work around when using madTPG. I can not use madlevelstweaker to force my NVIDIA video card to 0-255.
What I must do is use contact mode for the K10 and both mad and NVIDIA video card set at 16-235. If I use madlevelstweaker to force my video card to 0-235 to get a black background for the pattern window, that the K10 needs if used in off-screen mode. My measured Luminance were off.
Also using ChromaSurf and its pattern generator for both the K10 and Jeti 1211 when profiling, I couldn't get good readings for WRGB. I had to use the Lumagen (new fix for pattern windows) for my WRGB reads. That tells me that using my NVIDIA video card and a software program like Klein's ChromaSurf can't be trusted.
My point is, now that it seems Lumagen has fixed there pattern generator. Why not take the above out of the equation for many of us.
So if Jim from Lumagen is reading this, why not send Mr Gill a Mini 3D, I will pay the shipping charges.