Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD
Manni, you are saying the same stuff every day, the only you have done to this thread is to confuse, and with large 1000 words reply to say the same stuff everyday.
LightSpace need people know what they are doing, we don't to make them idiots, all have to understand what they are doing everything and why.
Workflows also you say that we use with CalMAN, have to do for manual cal or to take measurements runs, nothing else.
I'm not going to reply any of you posts, just not mention me again without reason, It's really tired for the whole thread what you are doing every day, and all started when we announced ColorSpace! (you had zero posts in calibration thread of this forums, periodically you were posting, all your focus were to JVC or other thread before ColourSpace announced).
You don't see it, but people I know (which is happen to be some thousands more that you know) are ignoring you already.
I have told you again, use whatever software is better for you, there no problem with that
Here, the only you are doing everyday is to personally attacking Steve and saying every day that he has no field experience etc.
I have no doubt that many are ignoring my posts, and frankly I don't mind. Remember: I'm the one who suggested it
. You should stop quoting me though, because they can't ignore your posts
My initial replies were short, they became longer as you starting attacking me for no reason, as we were in agreement about the patch range.
Light Illusion keeps pretending that unsolved bugs and a poor interface is a feature, and keeps rubbishing the JVCs, the JVC Autocal and any other calibration solution.
I never personally attack Steve, I ask questions to which he doesn't provide any answer.
For example, when Steve rubbished the JVC Autocal because they had implemented a low-res 1D curve instead of the higher resolution of the internal one, I asked him which specific JVC model they had used to test the 1D LUT they released, he never replied. Blaming other products that they don't have sufficient experience with is always the first reaction for Light Illusion, because the software has to be perfect.
If Steve had any significant experience with the JVCs, the way someone like
or myself have, he wouldn't be posting what he posts. If you had any experience with the JVCs or with madVR, you would understand my point of view instead of calling me an idiot, which is what you just did.
Steve is constantly rubbishing the JVCs or the JVC Autocal, in a way that simply proves that he has very limited first hand experience with these. These are facts, not personal attack. This is not a promotion thread, it's a support thread on a forum called AV Science. It's amusing that color science is a must when using the software, but not necessary when criticizing it.
When Light Illusion stops posting misinformation about the JVCs as a way to avoid fixing issues or improving Lightspace, or slagging down the JVC Autocal because they don't like the free competition, I and others won't feel the need to correct these posts.
And yes, you are correct, I started posting here because you asked me to.
Initially, I posted in the Colorspace thread, because I was very annoyed that improvements that I have been waiting for for years (just as you did) in Lightspace would be partially implemented in a new software, that I will have to buy again. Given that there is no improvement in Lightspace regarding madVR support or the handling of undersaturated displays, which is a common occurrence in consumer displays and projectors, I want to know if Light Illusion commits to (and ideally delivers) any improvements in these areas so that by the time Colorspace is released, I know whether I should upgrade or not.
Regarding which software I use, I use Calman, Lightspace, the JVC Autocal and DisplayCAL because I can't use a single one to do everything I need.
I'm hoping that I'll be able to use Lightspace more, because when it works it produces excellent results. I just find its interface poor, especially with madVR, and I say so. As a user of the software, it's my right. I tried to communicate with Steve privately by email for years, that didn't produce any results as far as bug fixes or improvements were concerned. I was always told I was the only one or the first one to experience a problem. When he simply refused to update a single .dll to correct a bug that led to invalid 3D LUTs being generated in madVR, I've decided that I would post publicly whenever I had an issue with the software. That's my way to try to get improvements in a software I've paid for.
Don't quote me unless I post something that's factually wrong and stop posting misinformation about the JVCs, the JVC Autocal and Calman, and I won't make long posts like this one.
If Light Illusion and their representatives stop alienating users who make perfectly valid requests for improvements in the interface, and stop patronizing experienced users who find that the interface could be improved, you'll barely hear from me.
If you don't realise that it's insulting to be told by Light Illusion representatives that you need to understand color science to use the software every single time you request an improvement or a bug fix, then you can't understand why I feel the need to spend time writing these long posts
Hopefully, everyone will get the misinformation and the patronizing tone under control, and I can spend my time doing more productive and pleasant things than posting here.
Still waiting for new features to be added, and looking forward to testing the corrected 1D LUT for the JVCs when it's been properly beta tested, and not prematurely released.