Originally Posted by zoyd
if the D3 matrix actually gives you more accuracy than no matrix at all you would be lucky I think. I looked at a couple of D2 matrices in the database and they are quite different from the D3. Also, the D2 is not as stable over time.
here was one example:
1.2055 -0.018524 0.010040
-5.6607e-03 1.1403 5.2525e-03
0.011197 -0.013573 1.1991
Hello Zoyd! first thanks for all this! I found today that there was an improved version of HCFR!
Using a probe i1 Display Pro, isd3!
A few days ago I have it and I'm trying to get better day calibration, in my ES7000 LED TV.
What I find most difficult to measure in CIE colors well, because I can not get is well approximated colors.
I wanted to ask, when the HCFR start from scratch! I choose patterns for dvd and when I choose the probe goes down to CHOOSE generic d3 d3 white led and several more, I have to choose one of these for my i1 display pro?
And then when I'm in my tube box, leaving the option of choosing a range, eg white LCD IPS LED (WLED samsung lg), that option is also the I choose? and after all that, I give the Calibrate button?
Sorry for multiple questions and apologize for my English is not very good, I'm from Argentina and I want is to keep improving my calibration, I'm close, but I need to improve the CIE.
And prefencias, advanced, I have to dial in delta and the option to use instead of CIE94 delta luv and formula?
Thank you very much and I hope your answer when you can, so I start again to calibrate.