Roger Breton wrote:
First I tried the following command line:dispwin 245bw245bw is the name of my calibration file. I got the error message "can't open 245bw". Why?
There's no file called "245bw". You probably meant "245bw.cal", or "245bw.icm".
Anyway, I think it worked since my display darkened a bit at that point.
There are error messages if any of the calls failed, so by default no errors = success, but (at your prompting :-), I will add some more verbose messages indicating overall success.
I did not quite understood the other options offered by dispwin. But one thing I'd like to try is to use my i1 and have dispwin run through a series of color and report the results against the cal file, to see whether thecalibration still hold?
You can certainly do that. You can do this manually (using dispwin -m, and then using spotread, as by default dispwin -m runs the colors throughout the currently loaded VideoLut), or you can do this automatically, using dispcal. Simply run dispcal (with the same target options) and -E: dispcal -v -yl -E -w 0.3457,0.3585 -b90 -gl -H (Note that if the initial calibration was modified due to it being out of gamut of the display, the verify will show the resulting discrepancy). Graeme Gill.