[argyllcms] R: [argyllcms] Re: R: Re: Argyll V1.3.4 released

  • From: "Marco" <marconoldin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2011 15:09:06 +0200

I mean the i1d3 colorimeter. For a while I have thought that I can load the 
correction in the instrument eeprom and then use
It with lacie blue eye software for hardware calibration. I'm not aware of new 
xrite approach.  
 Thank you for your great work 
Inviato utilizzando un telefono cellulare Sony Ericsson

---- Messaggio originale ----
Da: Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
A: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Oggetto: [argyllcms] Re: R: Re: Argyll V1.3.4 released

Marco wrote:
> I have not understood, it is possible load the correction directly into the 
> instrument so that
> it can be used with every software?

Which instrument do you mean ?

Most colorimeters use a 3x3 calibration matrix which is stored in the
instrument EEPRom.

The i1d3 uses a different approach, and instead uses spectral measurements
from display to optimize it's accuracy for that type of display. Typically
these measurements are stored in a file (.edr files for X-Rite, .ccss for

Graeme Gill.

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