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Default Calibrating Software - 05-08-2017, 01:04 | posts: 1,686

Reached a point in wanting to properly calibrate my set's color. Feel it is really important to get REC 709/100nits set properly so that HDR can be a natural extension past it. AM only aware of Calman Enthusiast, CalDisplay, and Lightspace HTP or HTL. Which software would give the best results using a X-Rite i1 Display Pro? So clueless in this area. Realize that will need to look at a different Colorimeter for measuring HDR; eyeing the Spectracal C6-HDR.

EDIT: Since the Sony can engage HDR mode manually, the C6-HDR is not necessary apparently. Anyone have experience using Lightspace?

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Found out two things. One, the Spectracal C6 colorimeters are just binned X-Rite i1 Display Pros. The other was Lightspace CMS is great. Very satisfying results. Made the 10 point white balance a breeze. Only thing, have not found out how to save the calibration report.
   
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