2021-05-29 at 5:38 #30406
I have a problem with my reference spectrometer i1 pro3 plus.
with update of argyllcms 2.2.0, i got support of i1 pro3.
i was really happy with that my meter got support eventually.
but when i tried to make a colorimeter correction, my i1 pro3 is not listed in “reference meter” but in lower table.
is it a bug? or am I got something wrong?
thanks for your help.2021-05-29 at 22:44 #30412
Have you tried to set “spectral” correction type? Have you changed default device to i1Pro 3 if both colorimeter and spectrophotometer are plugged in computer? I usually make spectral correction with my i1Pro 2, then replace it in USB port to i1Display and make matrix correction (that is less accurate at all, but is personal for my instance of i1Display).
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Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.2021-05-29 at 22:59 #30413
I’ve tried all things possible but no success…
Only with i1 pro3, with i1 pro3 and i1d3p both, argyllcms re-install but nothing worked.
Also, when i connect i1 pro3, there is no spectral correction.
God…2021-05-30 at 10:04 #30415
Seems to be a bug. Better to open topic at Argyll forum, looks like Argyll engine issue.
…Why do you make it? i1p3 looks like almost perfect device for display calibration, i1d3 could only be better in darks and speed, but this should be compared. i1p3 has 400 readings per second, comparing to 200 of i1p2, so it should be more sensitive and fast. And you can take it for field work without fear, it has LED instead of glass tube. i1p2 shows some difference in display contrast and is 2-4 times slower than i1d3, but it doesn’t provide correct profiling on some panels because of spectrum specifics, – i1p2 shows different test image.2021-05-30 at 21:42 #30419
Try to run manually ccxxmake.exe from commandline (-S -H, at least) to find if it’s an ArgyllCMS error or an error in DisplayCAL2021-05-31 at 9:09 #30427
Sorry, some words mishmash appeared in my last phrase: this is i1d3 that doesn’t measure correctly in some cases, spectrophotometers are always correct (if they’re enough precise). Another limitation could exist in model and process themselves, seems to impossible to get out color cast on narrow gamut displays with WLEDs or other kind of carroty red.2021-06-23 at 14:39 #30689
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