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post #691 of 3446
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Originally Posted by JohnAd View Post

It should use its own driver, the reference to USB-1.0A devices is for the spyder 4 (and most other meters) but not the i1Display Pro

John

Does that mean I don't need to do anything after installing HCFR provided its already working with my meter?

BTW, what does one should adjust if all R/G/B are way above the target in luminance chart in a most effective way?
post #692 of 3446
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Originally Posted by abbyrob View Post

excellent , thanks
that seems to have worked do i need to do anyting with these lookup tables?

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Originally Posted by abbyrob View Post

When i run the spyd4en program from the command line, another black box opens up for a split second and then disperse. The command line then just returns to it's normal prompt. Dose this mean that it has done what it needs to? if so is there any way of checking?

Thanks for all your help, i don't mean to be a pain.

Rob

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Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

Check to see if the tables show up in HCFR, I had 7 tables when I had the Spyder 4 Elite.

Jason

I cant seam to find these lookup tables, could you please tell me where they are located so i can check to see if they have been installed correctly.

Thanks
post #693 of 3446
Measures/Sensor/Configure

Jason
post #694 of 3446
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Originally Posted by Nerd View Post

Does that mean I don't need to do anything after installing HCFR provided its already working with my meter?

BTW, what does one should adjust if all R/G/B are way above the target in luminance chart in a most effective way?

In case you haven't tried using the Greyscale & Color Calibration section at the curtpalme website, this might help...

http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457
post #695 of 3446
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Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

Measures/Sensor/Configure

Jason

All seven are there, thanks for the help.

Do i use the generic non refresh display for calibrating a front projector (JVC X3).

Rob
post #696 of 3446
'Refresh' is used for CRT/Plasma.

I don't recall all 7 tables, but I think there was something in there more suited to the JVC projector (?).

Jason
post #697 of 3446
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Originally Posted by 65Cobra427SC View Post

In case you haven't tried using the Greyscale & Color Calibration section at the curtpalme website, this might help...

http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457

I have been following exactly what this link provides......

Anyone can answer my question? What does one adjust when the luminance chart has measured curve of rgb all way above the target?
post #698 of 3446
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Originally Posted by Nerd View Post

I have been following exactly what this link provides......

Anyone can answer my question? What does one adjust when the luminance chart has measured curve of rgb all way above the target?

Two part answer:
1) If most of the luminance curve is above the reference, it likely means that your device's gamma is too low, but that's just a guess.
2) This question could be handled nicely in one of the other Display Calibration threads, especially one that is for your display (or close). It's NOT appropriate for this thread, but in one of those threads, you could post your .chc file from HCFR and others could offer very specific advise.
post #699 of 3446
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Originally Posted by dml1333 View Post

Two part answer:
1) If most of the luminance curve is above the reference, it likely means that your device's gamma is too low, but that's just a guess.
2) This question could be handled nicely in one of the other Display Calibration threads, especially one that is for your display (or close). It's NOT appropriate for this thread, but in one of those threads, you could post your .chc file from HCFR and others could offer very specific advise.

1)Your guess is right, my gamma is only 1.75 avg
2) Can you point me to that thread pls?
post #700 of 3446
What is the spectral sample (in sensor configure) for? Shall I select Projector for whatever brand I own or it needs to match some exact brands?
post #701 of 3446
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Originally Posted by JohnAd View Post

The current version doesn't support ccmx files but you can enter a matrix for all meters by switching on the activate calibration files for all tri-stimulus probes in the advances preferences.

These issues should all be fixed shortly once I get all the issues ironed out, I'd expect a relaese early next week with the calibration matrix stuff much better.

John

We there yet?
post #702 of 3446
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by kjgarrison View Post

We there yet?

I can't answer that but you can use the matrix John calculated using your x,y offsets right now. Advanced tab->XYZ coord. matrix->Manually edit
post #703 of 3446
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Originally Posted by Nerd View Post

1)Your guess is right, my gamma is only 1.75 avg
2) Can you point me to that thread pls?

You haven't told us what display you are working on, but search the Display Calibration forum ( http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forumdisplay.php?f=139 ) to find one that includes your make/model of display. If you don't find an exact match, there should still be a thread on Display Calibration that is close. Display Calibration is the forum for discussions about how-to and results of calibrations.
post #704 of 3446
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Originally Posted by dml1333 View Post


You haven't told us what display you are working on, but search the Display Calibration forum ( http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forumdisplay.php?f=139 ) to find one that includes your make/model of display. If you don't find an exact match, there should still be a thread on Display Calibration that is close. Display Calibration is the forum for discussions about how-to and results of calibrations.

Projector is JVC HD-1, TV is PIONEER 427XG, thanks....
post #705 of 3446
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Originally Posted by kjgarrison View Post


We there yet?
Not quite.....

We're about half way through the changes. It's probably best that I avoid giving a date at the moment but I'll give an update early next week.

John
post #706 of 3446
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Originally Posted by JohnAd View Post

Not quite.....
We're about half way through the changes. It's probably best that I avoid giving a date at the moment but I'll give an update early next week.
John

Thanks for the update.

Will this release also address the i1pro issues?
post #707 of 3446
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Originally Posted by djams View Post

Will this release also address the i1pro issues?
It should do, if not then I'll focus on that one issue until we get to the bottom of it, it's been dragging on for a while now

John
post #708 of 3446
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Originally Posted by JohnAd View Post

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Originally Posted by djams View Post

Will this release also address the i1pro issues?
It should do, if not then I'll focus on that one issue until we get to the bottom of it, it's been dragging on for a while now

John

Great! Thanks again for all the good work you're doing here.

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post #709 of 3446
Thread Starter 
John,

Regarding current algorithm and workflow capabilities I see these three things as high priority, can you give a quick assessment of level of complexity? I would like to help out if I can figure this git business out.smile.gif

1. add dE94
2. add BT.1886 fitting function
3. add configurable non-standard color workflow - by this I mean the user specifies an arbitrary set of color targets
post #710 of 3446
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Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

Regarding current algorithm and workflow capabilities I see these three things as high priority, can you give a quick assessment of level of complexity? I would like to help out if I can figure this git business out.smile.gif
1. add dE94
2. add BT.1886 fitting function
3. add configurable non-standard color workflow - by this I mean the user specifies an arbitrary set of color targets
Sure
1) Low
2) Low (once the reworking of the colour code I'm half way through is finished)
3) High

1 and 2 I was going to do once I've sorted out the relevant bits of code to avoid too much repeated stuff.

3, should really needs an agreed design/approach, happy to have discussion on the mailing list, also best to offer git support there too.

John
post #711 of 3446
I would just like to give a big thank you to JohnAd and all other contributors to this project.

Using HCFR together with a Spyder4 Elite,I have managed to get (I think) some reasonable results with my HX923 (929 in US), but will be asking for opinions and whether any improvements can be made. I'll do this in a separate thread , so as not to bung this thread up with beginners stuff.

I also had some help with getting everything working from DaGamePimp, so thanks to him as well.

Vince
post #712 of 3446
Hi guys,

may be you are smarter then me. I can not make Spyder4Pro to use Argyll driver. If I remove Datacolor original driver and install Argyll's one, then it shows that installed not correct and shows troubleshooting triangle. When I reconnect USB cable of device - it automatically installs original Datacolor driver. And no way to connect to Argylls.

Help please

Arturas
post #713 of 3446
I'm missing something simple. On ver 3.0.4.0 my i1d2, and i1DisplayPro work fine, I get an Argyll error when I try to use my i1Pro spectro. The argyll driver is dated 3/18/2010 which I believe to be the latest. How do I get the spectro to work with HCFR?

thanks
post #714 of 3446
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Originally Posted by Arturas1976 View Post

Hi guys,
may be you are smarter then me. I can not make Spyder4Pro to use Argyll driver. If I remove Datacolor original driver and install Argyll's one, then it shows that installed not correct and shows troubleshooting triangle. When I reconnect USB cable of device - it automatically installs original Datacolor driver. And no way to connect to Argylls.
Help please
Arturas

If it auto installs the datacolor driver then it has not been removed, make sure it is removed and then reboot and try again. I don't have the Spyder 4 any longer for verification but I recall there were some issues initially that we went through in this thread. I actually removed all the Datacolor software from my PC when using the Spyder 4/HCFR combo.

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Originally Posted by vega509 View Post

I'm missing something simple. On ver 3.0.4.0 my i1d2, and i1DisplayPro work fine, I get an Argyll error when I try to use my i1Pro spectro. The argyll driver is dated 3/18/2010 which I believe to be the latest. How do I get the spectro to work with HCFR?
thanks

HCFR 3 is not working properly with the i1Pro yet, what I did was create my i1Pro profile with HCFR 2.1 and then imported that into HCFR 3 and profiled my i1D3.

Jason
post #715 of 3446
Thanks Jason
post #716 of 3446
hi guys

about to purchase an iD3, is it just plug and play with the new HCFR or do in have to install a driver?

Thanks
post #717 of 3446
With the i1D3, you can just plug it in, no special drivers. However, you will want to run the i1D3ccss utility as mentioned here: http://sourceforge.net/p/hcfr/wiki/i1%20Display%203%20&%20colormunki%20display/ to get the display-type calibration files converted and installed.
post #718 of 3446
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Originally Posted by dml1333 View Post

With the i1D3, you can just plug it in, no special drivers. However, you will want to run the i1D3ccss utility as mentioned here: http://sourceforge.net/p/hcfr/wiki/i1%20Display%203%20&%20colormunki%20display/ to get the display-type calibration files converted and installed.

What do you use if you have an OEM i1Display3?
post #719 of 3446
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Originally Posted by dml1333 View Post

With the i1D3, you can just plug it in, no special drivers. However, you will want to run the i1D3ccss utility as mentioned here: http://sourceforge.net/p/hcfr/wiki/i1%20Display%203%20&%20colormunki%20display/ to get the display-type calibration files converted and installed.

Thanks for that - as a noob, do i have to download i1D3ccss.exe from somewhere? Where do i find it?

Thanks
post #720 of 3446
Sorry but appreciate some help here!

I can purchase either the i1D pro or the color munki (believe they are both the same), can download the latest HCFR 3.0.4.0., plug it in an start taking readings and making the adjustments on my new Sam Ps51D8000 - is it really as simple as that?
Do i really need i1D3ccss.exe.?

Really appreciate some help here before I spend any serious money!
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