[argyllcms] Dispread session

  • From: Roger Breton <graxx@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2007 22:20:08 -0400

Here are the results of my dispread session.

First, my command line:
 
> H:\>dispread -v -yl -k245bw.cal -s -K -H 245bw

Then, this is what I got for all my hard work:

> Setting up the instrument
> Instrument Type:   Eye-One Pro
> Serial Number:     102242
> Firmware version:  101
> CPLD version:      101
> Date manufactured: 30-4-2002
> U.V. filter ?:     No
> Measure Ambient ?: No
> Tot. Measurement Count:           35761
> Remission Spot Count:             6378
> Remission Scan Count:             1020
> Date of last Remission spot cal:  Tue Mar 27 19:21:52 2007
> Remission Spot Count at last cal: 6367
> Total lamp usage:                 7557.952148
> 
> Place the instrument on its reflective white reference Serial no. 102242,
>  and then hit any key to continue,
>  or hit Esc, ^C or Q to abort:
> 
> Calibration complete

-- So far so good.

> Number of patches = 836
> 
> Setting up the instrument
> Instrument Type:   Eye-One Pro
> Serial Number:     102242
> Firmware version:  101
> CPLD version:      101
> Date manufactured: 30-4-2002
> U.V. filter ?:     No
> Measure Ambient ?: No
> Tot. Measurement Count:           35761
> Remission Spot Count:             6378
> Remission Scan Count:             1020
> Date of last Remission spot cal:  Tue Mar 27 19:21:52 2007
> Remission Spot Count at last cal: 6367
> Total lamp usage:                 7557.952148
> 
> Place the instrument on its reflective white reference Serial no. 102242,
>  and then hit any key to continue,
>  or hit Esc, ^C or Q to abort:
> 
> Calibration complete

-- I still don't know why I have to go through two calibrations?

> Place instrument on test window.
> Hit Esc, ^C or Q to give up, any other key to continue:
> 
> patch 836 of 836
> 
> The instrument can be removed from the screen.

OK. As a result of this process I do have a file called '245bw.ti3' which
contains a lot of spectral data followed by the 256 videoLUT.

Again, same comment as before. I would have like to have some kind of
confirmation that the ti3 file was created successfully.

On my next post I'll report the results of my profiling session.

Roger Breton 



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