Originally Posted by sillysally
How do you know if your colormeter is profiled correctly using your spectro meter and a calibration program like CM, CP, LS, ArgyII.?
Verifying Meter Profiling for CalMAN Users
CalMAN users can create a Meter Profiling Workflow Page with design similar to the above picture example.
This Meter Profiling Check Layout Page can be found inside the 2x CalMAN 5 Workflows
I send to my calibration disk users.....and it's very useful for users to check if their meter profiling correction table is accurate.
To do this verification, start by using Reference Meter Page to take WRGB measurements using your Spectro and after that run your meter profiling procedure like you normally perform using CalMAN.
(re-measure again the WRGB patches using your spectro and colorimeter).
Later, use the Profiled Meter Page to measure the WRGB Patches with your Profiled Meter to see if the correction table is accurate vs. your reference meter readings.
Verifying Meter Profiling for LightSpace Users
There is a free Meter Profile Comparison Tool
allows you to compare an active meter profile against a reference meter profile. The comparison overview includes xyY, XYZ, Yuv stats as well as luminance difference and delta E results in dE 1976 Luv, dE 1976 Lab, dE 1994 and dE 2000.
LightSpace users can import there their LightSpace meter profiling files for quick comparison.
Verifying Meter Profiling for ChromaPure/HCFR Users
Other calibration software users can use the free Meter Profile Comparison Tool
also but they have to enter the values of all WRGB readings of colorimter/spectro manually.
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