Originally Posted by KarlKlammer
I don't know if someone else already found out that Autocal has some hidden settings that allow an XYZ correction matrix for the connected meter.
The option is called 'matrixOfSensor' and is located in the file %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\JVCKENWOOD\Projector Calibration Software *\init.xml.
Thanks for finding and posting about this.
I was able to get a good calibration last night (and well into this morning!) with this table, even P3F which I never managed to get good results with using Chad's spreadsheet.
It took me a few hours to get a correction table as my Colormunki photo didn't want to work with HCFR for some reason, worked last week. I made a correction table between an i1D3 which has always given good results and the Spyder5 Using the technique posted here:
I was stuck to get the matrix out of HCFR (and google wasn't helping) until I discovered that if you configure sensor, there's a sensor matrix tab which has the values, type them in exactly from the table to the init file, screen shot attached.
You can get to this from the Measures menu, Sensor & Configure or there's a shortcut icon in the Sensor pane under the icon bar.
The values go top left to bottom right, mine looks like this:
Don't copy my values, they are only useful to me! They will likely make someonelse's autocal much worse, I'm posting them because it took me a while to work out what goes where and this information would have been useful for me at midnight last night.
I also attached a screen photo of the table so the correspondence can be seen, again these are the values for my Spyder5 another one will be completely different.
So and the next thing, I wonder what the Matrix of calc does??
Hope this helps someone.