Does the display3 work with free software.....
Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U /forum/post/20967204
There is a clear visible benefit to be gain in terms of color accuracy on any display when upgrading to the i1 Display 3 from the i1 Display 2 (with the latter enhanced or not). If you get the enhanced version of the i1 Display 3, that benefit only increases further (errors will be halved from the standard version).
|Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD |
OEM i1Display means that has unlocked the firmware so it can work with 3rd party software like CalMAN, ChromaPure etc.
Retail i1Display has locked firmware and is working only with Included iProfiler Software.
|Originally Posted by kgveteran |
Ahhhhh. nice. The plot thickens
Now the part that only we can do...... Do you spend half the cost of a new PJ to calibrate it ?
Originally Posted by FendersRule /forum/post/20969975
Well, it's a no go.
All I really want, is for someone to calibrate my "TheaterBlack 2" on my Epson 8700UB. They don't have to calibrate my speakers, or even any other mode (e.g. Dynamic, THX, etc) on the projector.
Reason, is I strongly believe that "Theater Black 2," simply just looks the best right out of the box. It seems that at $50 an hour (or around), that I'm not quite sure if 6 hours ($350) is really all that is needed to do that...
Originally Posted by kgveteran /forum/post/20970025
Yup, imagine my PJ only cost $1,100.00 or so and the plan is to get a $400.00 package meter/software
Originally Posted by extrafuzzyllama /forum/post/20972555
Hi guys I am looking into the colormunki and buy the calman software would this be a good combo?
I found the colormunki photo for $375
Thanks in advance.
Originally Posted by sotti /forum/post/20972690
The colormunki photo is a great little piece of equipment. It's not great for low light situations, so it's not the best choice for projectors, but it can't be beat in accuracy for brighter situations. Tri-stim meters are more repeatable, especially in low light, but they have more variance from display to display.