2022-11-08 at 19:50 #37649
How do I setup my drivers in Windows 10 to use both my Display Plus and Colormunki with HCFR and DisplayCal at the same time?
I tried the Eye-one 3(argyll) driver, and Display Cal was recognizing my Display Plus incorrectly as a Colormunki.2022-11-09 at 0:12 #37652
You should not be able to run 2 apps accesing the HID handler of i1d3 at the same time. One each time.
Also it dows not matter how it is recongnized because all they work in the same way. They are i1d3. Also do not use driver, let OS manage it as HID device.2022-11-09 at 0:20 #37653
I updated the driver to HID device, and now I am able to access CCprofiler. If I uninstall CCprofiler, you’re saying I should be able to access DisplayCAL and HCFR at the same time(separately)?
I just want to be 100% sure, because getting CCprofiler working took a looong time. The problem with DisplayCal recognizing it as a Colormunki, is that it only lets me calibrate a “refresh” or “non-refresh” screen for Display Type.
2022-11-09 at 20:38 #37656
- This reply was modified 3 weeks ago by Ax Ks.
You cannot measure patches with the same device in the same second with two apps. One each time.
DisplayCAL/HCFR do not need drivers for i1d3.
You are wrong about display type. Use spectral corrections, same as i1Profiler but with DIsplayCAL you have MORE (a lot) display types. Read DisplayCAL doc & screenshots. It does not matter refresh/npn refresh.2022-11-09 at 22:43 #37659
Got it, I’ll try that out, thank you. Next question isn’t about DisplayCal, so I understand if you refuse to answer but; Can I profile a CRT monitor with CCprofiler instead?2022-11-09 at 23:09 #37660
Can you choose a CRT spectral correction in i1Profiler/ccProfiler?2022-11-10 at 4:37 #37662
No, there’s no correction for that. HCFR can correctly grey-scale calibrate the CRT, but CCprofiler sets the brightness way too high. I’ll download DisplayCal and check that out later.2022-11-10 at 8:58 #37666
No, there’s no correction for that. HCFR can correctly grey-scale calibrate the CRT
No, it can unless that old CRT is as super advanced as some new TV with 10point grayscale. HCFR can MEASURE it.
You’ll need an app that make full scale grey calibration and embed it in an iCC, like DIsplayCAL or CCprofiler.
, but CCprofiler sets the brightness way too high.
Very likely to be user misconfiguration, for example using DDC/CI in an old CRT that is unlikely to have such tech. Use manual RGB gain & brightness setting.2022-11-10 at 9:52 #37671
No, it can
“No, it can’t”2022-11-10 at 23:25 #37685
I put the spectral correction on “CRT” and that did it! I calibrated the white and black points at a .64 candela black level, and after a 2 hour profiling it looks sick. The HCFR greyscale looked correct, but had some noticeable green undertones on further inspection, so DisplayCal was definitely the correct tool for the job.