Hi everyone, it's me again, with another issue that's probably user error, but here we go:
EDIT: I also tried all of this on v1507 of ColourSpace with "i1 Display Pro OEM" selected as the active probe.
I ran into an issue recently with my Konvision 2720QD--the monitor had been properly set up and calibrated successfully with ColourSpace earlier in the year, but last week, out of nowhere, my monitor stopped displaying an image over SDI (all ports). I went through an extensive troubleshooting to find that it could still receive audio via SDI (through a cinema camera) but no picture. I reached out to Konvision about the issue, and they had me go through the multi-stage full reset and upgrade of the monitor's firmware.
It worked. Great. Got picture again from Resolve through my Decklink card.
Now here's where it gets sticky--I'm trying to re-calibrate the monitor, using all of my usual settings in ColourSpace CAL (the latest version: 188.8.131.529), and I'm having a similar issue that I had before, which is that my i1Display Pro seems to be missing every other patch. I made sure to set the "Extra Delay" option to .75 like I usually do, and yet it still happens.
Here's where it gets stranger--this only happens when I select "Cube based" as the Characterisation Mode. All other modes seem to capture all patches.
Another strange quirk--when I connect directly to the Konvision monitor and use its TPG for profiling, I can't seem to control any picture settings (brightness, contrast, backlight, etc) at the same time, like I'm locked out. The unity bypass LUT seems to upload correctly though to USER1.
Yet another strange quirk--when I set up Resolve as the pattern generator, I get control over the monitor's settings again, but out of Resolve, I seem to be getting a default white point of 48 nits...as if I'm doing P3 2.6 sort of workflow. I have to crank the monitor's brightness/contrast settings to the max to hit 100 nit when I set up the pattern generator this way.
I have attached photos of my ColourSpace and Konvision settings.