Can I use the Matrix Meter correction file in HCFR?

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  • #27807

    Shepardos
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    Dear Support,

    I have done a Matrix correction for my i1Display Pro with my i1Pro. Can I use this in HCFR ?

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    #27812

    Vincent
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    Yes, it should be as easy as copy it to default Argyll meter corrections: C:\Users\YOUR_NAME\AppData\Roaming\ArgyllCMS. It may be there already.

    If it does not show up you should be able to put matrix manually in “matrix sensor”, ArgyllCMS CCMX matrix corrections are text files, you can open them with notepad.

    #27835

    Shepardos
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    Thanks for the advice however I do not found a folder with ArgyllCMS.

    HCFR is installed under” C:\Program Files (x86)\HCFR Calibration“. I tried to put” C:\Program Files (x86)\HCFR Calibration\ArgyllCMS\i1 DisplayPro, ColorMunki Display & madVR (i1 Pro) – Version1.ccmx” but it will not be recognized from HCFR. Even creating a folder “C:\Users\MsMediacenter\AppData\Roaming\ArgyllCMS” and put the file there has not solved the issue.

    Do you know what is missing?

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    #27850

    Vincent
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    Argyll Sensor combo => find where they are placed, default location should be that,

    Sensor matrix => put manually as explained

    #27853

    Shepardos
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    Sorry I don’t know what you mean with “Argyll Sensor combo” and “Sensor matrix”. Where should I found it? Is this the right correction file: “i1 DisplayPro, ColorMunki Display & madVR (i1 Pro) – Version1.ccmx“?

    Those are the folder which I can see for DisplayCal and HCFR:

    Thanks for the support so far 🙂

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    #27877

    Shepardos
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    Can somebody please help me where I have to put those files?

    Thanks, Cheers Shepardos

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