Performing probe matching simultaneously with both active and reference probe:
The Probe Matching process in CS evaluate RGBW patches by averaging 3 measurements on each.
These 12 measurements are performed similarly to manual measurements (i.e. applying to them stabilisation parameters, probe delay, etc).
So, running a dedicated user patch-set with those 12 patches emulates the above process.
Doing that simultaneously with both probes, from a master and a servant Profiling Window, can achieve this.
For averaging these measurements, it is necessary to collect all 12 measured values
The difficulty with the usual CS measurement recording (i.e. profile saving into bcs), is that with any duplicated patches, only the last one is saved.
As alternative to profile saving, there are Measurement Log and Secondary Execution.
As Measurement Log does not work on the servant profile, the only feature remaining is Secondary Execution.Solution:
1. Open two Profiling windows, one for the Reference probe and another on for the Active probe
2. Activate on both Secondary Execution, recording in two different measurement data files
3. Run from display characterisation the user generated 12 patch RGBW patch-set
4. Use the Secondary Execution recorded values for generating the required bpd via the provided Excel file
To support the above solution, I have attached a zip file containing:
· the user generated patch-set I to be used (10 bits)
· a secondary execution bat allowing to pass a file name as parameter for differentiating output file name
· an Excel file to assess the measurements and generating the relevant bpd.
(A read.me sheet is included with explanations about its use)
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