[quote=nate358]Richlo... for some reason when I download your zip file it won't open up in HCFR
Save it to DESKTOP and open from there
I need some help figuring a few things out. 1)On the gray scale window In the lower right corner, there is a drop down that lists: near black, near white, and different Saturation color scales. What are these used for and what patterns do they use for reading?
These patterns are to give you far more advance readings in the CIE diagram..and really I believe - less important (to me at least)
2)On the "display" window there is: Sensor, RGB, XYZ, xyz, and xyY. What do these do? And which one should be selected? I noticed that after I took grey scale readings and switched which one was selected... the numbers in the gray scale window changed.
Sensore is only good for HCFR Sensor - no use at all - but you can see its just a measure of return gross amount
XYZ, xyz, xyY are other methods of measure, best to use xyz as this will give you the aid to hit .313 and .329
3) when I select the realtime capture, what patterns should I generate to when working on getting my colors to match up to the CIE Diagram?
This is used to test over several times an IRE, so if your struggling on the lowend, use this to repeat readings of that IRE, then you may EDIT above that information, please note that you must be in xyY mode and click EDIT measure above, then you can switch back to xyz mode and it will keep that information.
Anyone feel free to let me know if I am incorrect in understanding these - as I am very very new also in calibrating but do much reading as possible..