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post #991 of 3446
I still cannot upload a zip file to the board, but changing the extention to .jpg works.

rename this file to profile.zip, unzip it, and load it from the advanced / XYZ coordinates adjustment matrix / manually edit...........

profile.jpg 0k .jpg file




Edited by vega509 - 10/4/12 at 6:55am
post #992 of 3446
Anyone know what type of backlight a Samsung D8000 series LED TV is? I have a D3 and am not sure which backlight LED type to select (RGB or White)?

I searched this thread but didn't see this information.

Thanks!
post #993 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by JGrana View Post

Anyone know what type of backlight a Samsung D8000 series LED TV is? I have a D3 and am not sure which backlight LED type to select (RGB or White)?
I searched this thread but didn't see this information.
Thanks!

try asking in the Samsung D8000 thread, you may have better luck getting the answer there.
post #994 of 3446
@Vega509

i tried your matrix and it increased red to much on top of what it was reading before....I will probably hold off a bit and try to get a iD3/colormunki and try again.

Thanks for the help though..
post #995 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by PeterLewis View Post

@Vega509
i tried your matrix and it increased red to much on top of what it was reading before....I will probably hold off a bit and try to get a iD3/colormunki and try again.
Thanks for the help though..

that means you d2 drifted differently than mine.

I profiled a buddies d2 that went the opposite of mine, you can try this one.

gerrysd2.jpg 0k .jpg file
post #996 of 3446
@vegas

Thanks will try again this weekend...
Edited by PeterLewis - 10/4/12 at 7:38pm
post #997 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by PeterLewis View Post

@vegas
I could not open that file with any program...

same as the one above, rename it to profile.zip, then it can be unzipped, and loaded into HCFR.
post #998 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by vega509 View Post

same as the one above, rename it to profile.zip, then it can be unzipped, and loaded into HCFR.

Got it....thanks ...will try this weekend
post #999 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by JGrana View Post

Anyone know what type of backlight a Samsung D8000 series LED TV is? I have a D3 and am not sure which backlight LED type to select (RGB or White)?
I searched this thread but didn't see this information.
Thanks!
I'm not 100% certain, but my guess would be white LEDs. AFAIK, the Sony XBR8 is the only LED set that used RGB LEDs. They're too expensive to produce so not many sets use them.

On the topic of the spectral samples that are included with the i1profiler software, are they definitely better to use than not using them at all? I have an IPS LED (LG LH90), IPS CCFL (LG LD350) and Panasonic ST50 plasma. I used the IPS CCFL (not the wide gamut one) spectral sample for my LD350, White LED IPS for my LH90 and kjgarrison's plasma correction matrix for my ST50. I'm pretty pleased with the results.
Edited by rahzel - 10/5/12 at 2:48am
post #1000 of 3446
I am using kjgarrison's 4 color correction on my ST30. Nothing to the eye seems to be off color-wise.

1.038606808 -0.002502512 -0.011492028
0.010401065 0.994002567 -0.003384238
-0.006758658 0.008717773 0.977999919

Just reporting in.
post #1001 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by assm0de View Post


But do they dynamically calculate new Y targets for the primaries and secondaries based on their measured xy coordinates? I was told that they do not, however I don't own the software.
You were misinformed.

post #1002 of 3446
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Edited by PeterLewis - 10/9/12 at 5:29pm
post #1003 of 3446
Is there anyway to display target boxes for 25% 50% and 75% saturation for primaries and secondaries on the CIE?

Edit:

Has anyone had issues using idisplay pro 3 with a plasma and these corrections

1.038606808 -0.002502512 -0.011492028
0.010401065 0.994002567 -0.003384238
-0.006758658 0.008717773 0.977999919

I kinda keep thinking its a little red in faces. I am using yCMS so the end result is near spot on.
I am fully willing to believe its something else, or my eyes, etc. Just want to be near 100% sure that those are the best corrections to use for an iDisplay pro 3 with a plasma
Edited by Shinyav - 10/8/12 at 5:18am
post #1004 of 3446
Just tried HCFR3 and I'm getting significantly different results with my Eye One Display Lt in HCFR v3.0.4.0 versus ColorHCFR v2.1. Which one is right?

Just as a test I measured a 100% gray window (AVS HD 709 pattern) using HCFR v3.0.4.0 with the Argyll driver, then again using ColorHCFR v2.1 with the Xrite driver.
Edited by daMaster - 10/9/12 at 9:31am
post #1005 of 3446
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by daMaster View Post

Just tried HCFR3 and I'm getting significantly different results with my Eye One Display Lt in HCFR v3.0.4.0 versus ColorHCFR v2.1. Which one is right?
Just as a test I measured a 100% gray window (AVS HD 709 pattern) using HCFR v3.0.4.0 with the Argyll driver, then again using ColorHCFR v2.1 with the Xrite driver.

Take 3 or 4 measurements with each configuration and post your xyY results. When doing comparisons it would be better to measure the sequence RGBW at 75%
post #1006 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shinyav View Post

Is there anyway to display target boxes for 25% 50% and 75% saturation for primaries and secondaries on the CIE?
Edit:
Has anyone had issues using idisplay pro 3 with a plasma and these corrections
1.038606808 -0.002502512 -0.011492028
0.010401065 0.994002567 -0.003384238
-0.006758658 0.008717773 0.977999919
I kinda keep thinking its a little red in faces. I am using yCMS so the end result is near spot on.
I am fully willing to believe its something else, or my eyes, etc. Just want to be near 100% sure that those are the best corrections to use for an iDisplay pro 3 with a plasma
I've used it with good results on my 60ST50. I don't see any reddish faces, unless it was filmed that way.

As for your first question, I don't think so AFAIK.
post #1007 of 3446
The more I watch things and that I calibrated another tv, an LCD with the x-rite ccfl lcd profile the more I think it is actually correct. Sorry for any confusion.

Thank you very much everyone for all the work.
Edited by Shinyav - 10/9/12 at 11:14pm
post #1008 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by daMaster View Post

Just tried HCFR3 and I'm getting significantly different results with my Eye One Display Lt in HCFR v3.0.4.0 versus ColorHCFR v2.1. Which one is right?
Just as a test I measured a 100% gray window (AVS HD 709 pattern) using HCFR v3.0.4.0 with the Argyll driver, then again using ColorHCFR v2.1 with the Xrite driver.
Quote:
Originally Posted by zoyd View Post

Take 3 or 4 measurements with each configuration and post your xyY results. When doing comparisons it would be better to measure the sequence RGBW at 75%

Actually, it looks like HCFR 2.1 and HCFR 3.0.4 are pretty close.

HCFR 2.1:
uklB7.jpg

HCFR 3.0.4.0:
hyzH1.jpg
post #1009 of 3446
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Originally Posted by djams View Post

There is no problem using the i1 display pro in win7. I am using a colormunki display with no issues. (Same driver)
I suspect that the problem is that the x-rite software is running in the system tray.
Edit: I see I was a bit late...

So is the Colormunki Display the exact same colorimeter (hardware-wise) as the i1 Display Pro (aka Display 3)? Glad to hear the Colormunki Display works with HCFR...
post #1010 of 3446
From what I have read its the same hardware. Only different is the firmware makes it read a bit slower. Also wont work with Calman Chromapure.
Edited by Shinyav - 10/10/12 at 5:31pm
post #1011 of 3446
I am trying to generate a 3dlut with argyllcms. However I cant figure out any possible way to obtain a .ccss for the IDisplay pro 3 with a Plasma.

Is there any way to convert the 4 color matrixes mentioned in this thread into a .ccss or ccmx?
or if anyone could create a correction file in .ccss for me I would be much in debt.

Any possible solution would be great.

Edit: realized this has nothing to do with HCFR. Making own thread. Sorry.
Edited by Shinyav - 10/11/12 at 1:36pm
post #1012 of 3446
Has anyone tried the new color munki smile (rebranded i display 2/LT) with hcfr ?...

It goes for about $80 new and it just came out about a month ago so they should be fairly accurate of the shelves.

BTW would it work off of the same color munki display drivers in argylle?

http://www.amazon.com/X-Rite-CMUNSML-ColorMunki-Smile/dp/B009APMNB0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1350098020&sr=1-1&keywords=color+munki+smile
post #1013 of 3446
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Originally Posted by PeterLewis View Post

Has anyone tried the new color munki smile (rebranded i display 2/LT) with hcfr ?...
It goes for about $80 new and it just came out about a month ago so they should be fairly accurate of the shelves.
BTW would it work off of the same color munki display drivers in argylle?
http://www.amazon.com/X-Rite-CMUNSML-ColorMunki-Smile/dp/B009APMNB0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1350098020&sr=1-1&keywords=color+munki+smile

It's actually a new meter, it's shape is extremely similar to the i1D2, but it's got new guts.

It won't work with the colormunki display drivers, it's something different than either of those two meters.
post #1014 of 3446
Hello there, I have a I1D2 at the moment... I'd like to try the new colormonkey smile... Is this one calibrated?
Can I use it with the HCFR SW ? Or do I have to wait for a new version that supports the Smile?

Thanks
post #1015 of 3446
Hello there and thanks for the programm + information!

I recently bought the Silver Haze 3 from Quato (http://www.scandig.com/colour-management/display-calibration/quato-silver-haze-3.html) which is basically the i3d from X-rite.

Well my problem is that HCFR 3.0.4.0 wont communicate with the device. Sometimes it crash without a errorbox before i can choose the sensor (after i choosed the generator). Sometimes the errorbox says that it cant communicate with the device and sometimes it crashes after i could choose the i3d sensor out of the list without a errorbox.
When i start with a simulated sensor and reselect the sensor afterwards the same issue happen, hcfr close its doors and im back at my desktop.
I tried with both drivers, the argyll one and the original one. Btw., with the argyll driver the original software (icolor Display), which came with the bundle, wont work. And when the original software initialised the original driver and i start hcfr it tells me that its an "incorrect driver - starting communications with the meter failed with severe error. Argyll Error".

Is this all happening cause of a lock in the hardware? Or is it cause im doing something wrong as im a complete beginner with this programm?


I ve uploaded the two .log files with the different drivers:
Xrite driver no errorbox.txt 18k .txt file
Argylldriver with errorbox.txt 20k .txt file

Thx again,
greetings,
Christian

p.s: oh i got win7 32bit
Edited by Kumulus - 10/16/12 at 5:15am
post #1016 of 3446
Kumulus,
if the meter you have is an i1Display pro, you do not need any drivers for HCFR 3.0.4.0, Windows 7 will detect the device without drivers.

You may want to unload the x-rite drivers before starting HCFR.
post #1017 of 3446
Sorry for what seems like an uber dumb question but I'm just starting out in this calibration malarkey. I've been using HCFR and a new colormunki display and have been tweaking my set all afternoon, but did I need to calibrate the sensor first? I tried clicking on the 'calibration' button after I'd chosen the sensor in HCFR, but it didn't seem to do anything.
post #1018 of 3446
Oi vega509,

oh, i meant the original "driver" with the x-rite one. It installed when no other driver is found (when i install Argyll driver Win7 always claims Argyll one, till i earse the driver completly at uninstall)

This is a snapshot with original one:
Usual driver.jpg 303k .jpg file

and is with Argyll driver:
Argyll Driver.jpg 294k .jpg file

Well both end in the same situation in HCFR.

HG
post #1019 of 3446
Does anyone know if the new colormunki smile will work with the HCFR software and WIN7?
I Own a Display2 but am thinking of trying a new one... what about calibration of the smile.
Is it calibrated? Does anyone tried it or even compared it?
post #1020 of 3446
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kumulus View Post

Oi vega509,
oh, i meant the original "driver" with the x-rite one. It installed when no other driver is found (when i install Argyll driver Win7 always claims Argyll one, till i earse the driver completly at uninstall)
This is a snapshot with original one:
Usual driver.jpg 303k .jpg file
and is with Argyll driver:
Argyll Driver.jpg 294k .jpg file
Well both end in the same situation in HCFR.
HG

you don't need the argyl driver for HCFR 3.0.4.0, the microsoft driver in the 1st picture is correct. uninstall the argyl driver.
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