Kristian Jörg wrote: > I am afraid not. They are embedded in the license file. But if the data is > the same as .edr, then > it should be possible to convert. I hope... Maybe not, if they've gone to some trouble to obscure it. > My ignorance shines through here. I understand how to convert .edr to .ccss > and why, but what > should I do with a spectrometer (if I had any)? Same as they are doing - measure the spectra of your display and use it to calibrate your i1d3 for it. Or see if someone else can create a .ccss for your type of display. > Ok, thanks. I'll check that with Chromapure to find out what is going on... It's possible X-Rite isn't supplying them to its OEM's, or the OEM's are choosing not to provide them to their customers. Graeme Gill.