Am 02.09.2011 02:04, schrieb Graeme Gill:
Support for the X-Rite i1 Display Pro and ColorMunki Display colorimeters (i1d3). While these instruments seem to be quite good without specific display calibration, they can benefit from it, so a new type of Argyll colorimeter calibration file has been created (CCSS) to support the type of calibration these instruments use. ccmxmake has been renamed to ccxxmake and support added for creating CCCS calibration files using a spectrometer instrument. A new tool called i1d3ccss allows the calibration files that come with the instruments to be translated into CCSS files and installed. A CRT calibration is provided, something that is missing from the manufacturers set. Non-1931 2 degree observer support has been added for these instruments, taking advantage of the type of calibration they use.
Hi Graeme, just wondering, do these gadgets now have the individually measured sensitivity curves stored in their eeprom? And do they still have three channels - or do they capture more than three bands? Best Regards, Gerhard