The ColourSpace 22.214.171.1249 (22 April 2023) release has replaced the Calibrite/X-Rite integration with an open-source solution.
The 'alternative connection method' procedure will no longer be required.
The software will be able to connect as 'ColorChecker/i1D3' with the following colorimeters:
X-Rite i1Display Pro OEM
Calibrite ColorChecker Display / Calibrite ColorChecker Display Pro / Calibrite ColorChecker Display Plus
X-Rite ColorMunki Display / X-Rite i1Display Studio
X-Rite i1Display PRO Retail / X-Rite i1Display PRO Plus Retail
SpectraCAL C6 / C6-HDR / C6-HDR2000, or Portrait Displays C6-HDR2000
HP DreamColor / NEC SpectraSensor Pro / Quato Silver Haze 3
Wacom Color Manager / ASUS ProArt i1Display PROCorrelation Files
That ColourSpace release also supports Spectral Correlation files with CVS file format.
The ColourSpace 126.96.36.1999 (22 April 2023) or newer, will only contain a single example WOLED Cor. File with the installation.
ColourSpace users have to download the new CVS files and paste them inside the 'i1D3 Support Files' folder within the ColourSpace installation folder.NOTE:
If you have upgraded to ColourSpace 188.8.131.529 (22 April 2023) from an older release, you can delete, if you want, the contents of the 'i1D3 Support Files' folder before pasting the new files. (...for not having duplicates).Download Link: ColorChecker-i1D3 Spectral CVS Files (01 May 2023)
The ZIP contains the following Spectral Correlation files:
(The users can rename the file names if they want to...)
Please extract those files and paste the CVS files into that folder:
The path after installation 'for all users':
C:\Program Files (x86)\Light Illusion\ColourSpace\i1d3 Support Files
The path after installation 'only for current user':
C:\Users\your-user-name\AppData\Local\Programs\Light Illusion\ColourSpace\i1d3 Support Files
Spectral Correlation Files Info
The Spectral Correlation files are simple CVS files, with a minimum of 3 lines, with each line being 401 floating point values.
The values need to be 380 to 780 nm in 1 nm increments, in Watts per Nm.
OMARDIS has converted the EDR files to the new CVS format.
Some old EDR files only covered 380-730nm, the data from 731 to 780 were obtained using linear extrapolation. (It's the recommended procedure according to the CIE)
Custom Spectral Correlation Files Info
It is important to note that the range of 380 to 780nm and the spacing of 1nm is mandatory.
For the user who wants to create their own CVS files with a spectro without 1nm resolution (i1PRO1/2/3), the spectral data must be interpolated to 1nm.
OMARDIS can help for converting new EDR or CCSS files to ColourSpace's CVS Correlation format; we are interested in adding to the ZIP new spectral correction files from hi-end spectro's, at this time. Please get in touch with Ted for more details.