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    / Main Menu /

    Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk 1.1

    This is the Initial Disk Menu. Here you can quickly select the type of calibration you want to perform; Manual 1D LUT or Automated 3D LUT.
    You can prepare your display before running a 3D Cube Profiling with LightSpace or perform a 1D LUT Calibration using CalMAN or ChromaPure.

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    / Pre-Calibration Tools /

    Display Setup

    Initial display setup patterns required to prepare your display before the 3D LUT Profiling or the 1D LUT Calibration.
    Set your Brightness & Contrast to prevent crushing of shadow details or clipping; use Sharpness Pattern to prevent edge enhancement.

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    / Pre-Calibration Tools /

    Meter Setup

    Initial meter setup patterns required to perform 4-Color Matrix Correction of your Colorimeter, and to set your meter intergration time.
    Also to Find out which DIP Mode Chapter is required to use with your current meter/display settings before starting any measurement.

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    / Display Characterization /

    Quick Profiling - Primary Colors (81 Color Points)

    Perform a Quick Profiling of Primary Colors to check your display underlying capabilities; like Grayscale, Gamma & RGB Separation.
    LightSpace Quick Profiling is based on 21-Point Grayscale & 20-Steps per Primary Color (RGB).

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    / Display Characterization /

    Quick Profiling - Primary & Secondary Colors (141 Color Points)

    Perform a Quick Profiling of Primary & Secondary Colors to check your display underlying capabilities; like Grayscale, Gamma & RGB Separation.
    LightSpace Quick Profiling is based on 21-Point Grayscale & 20-Steps per Primary & Secondary Color (RGBCMY).

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    / Display Characterization /

    10-Point Cube (1.000 Color Points)

    Perform a 10-Point Cube profiling of your display.
    This is the minimum accepted cube resolution size for critical color-accurate profiling of your display.

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    / Display Characterization /

    10-Point Cube Hybrid 1D+3D (1.021 Color Points)

    Perform a 10-Point Cube Hybrid 1D+3D profiling of your display. Hybrid Mode adds 21-Point Grayscale readings to your current selected cube size.
    This is the minimum accepted cube resolution size for critical color-accurate profiling of your display.

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    / Display Characterization /

    17-Point Cube (4.913 Color Points)

    Perform a 17-Point Cube profiling of your display.
    This is the post-production industry's 'defacto' cube resolution size for critical color-accurate profiling of your display.

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    / Display Characterization /

    17-Point Cube Hybrid 1D+3D (4.934 Color Points)

    Perform a 17-Point Cube Hybrid 1D+3D profiling of your display. Hybrid Mode adds 21-Point Grayscale readings to your current selected cube size.
    This is the post-production industry's 'defacto' cube resolution size for critical color-accurate profiling of your display.

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    / Display Characterization /

    21-Point Cube (9.261 Color Points)

    Perform a 21-Point Cube profiling of your display.
    This cube size provides the post-production industry's most accurate and critical color-accurate profiling of your display.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 01

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 02

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 03

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 04

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 05

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 06

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 07

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 08

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 09

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 10

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 11

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

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    / Color Reproduction /

    Page 12

    Check your display's controls / various mode settings before the profiling or verify the performance of your generated LUT's after profiling.
    Look for smooth color graduations, distortions, discoloration, clipping, banding, posterization, crushed shadow details, raised black levels.

  • Slider 23

    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    Quick Profiling - Primary Colors (81 Color Points)

    Verify your display for Grayscale, Gamma & RGB Separation performance of your generated from LightSpace correction LUT.
    LightSpace Quick Profiling of Primary Colors is based on 21-Point Grayscale & 20-Steps per Primary Color (RGB).

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    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    Quick Profiling - Primary & Secondary Colors (141 Color Points)

    Verify your display for Grayscale, Gamma & RGB Separation performance of your generated from LightSpace correction LUT.
    LightSpace Quick Profiling of Primary & Secondary Colors is based on 21-Point Grayscale & 20-Steps per Primary & Secondary Color (RGBCMY).

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    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    CalMAN - Grayscale/Gamut

    Measure your display performance after your 3D LUT Profiling by using CalMAN as a verification software.
    You can find also the required patterns to perform a manual 1D LUT calibration of your display if you don't have an external 3D LUT Holder/Processor.

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    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    CalMAN - Saturation/Luminance/Color Checker

    Measure your display performance after your 3D LUT Profiling by using CalMAN as a verification software.
    You can find also the required patterns to perform a manual 1D LUT calibration of your display if you don't have an external 3D LUT Holder/Processor.

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    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    ChromaPure - Grayscale/Gamut

    Measure your display performance after your 3D LUT Profiling by using ChromaPure as a verification software.
    You can find also the required patterns to perform a manual 1D LUT calibration of your display if you don't have an external 3D LUT Holder/Processor.

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    / Verify Calibration Tools /

    ChromaPure - Saturation/Luminance/Color Checker

    Measure your display performance after your 3D LUT Profiling by using ChromaPure as a verification software.
    You can find also the required patterns to perform a manual 1D LUT calibration of your display if you don't have an external 3D LUT Holder/Processor.

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There currently 3 available version formats of Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk:

Blu-Ray Disk Copy: Worldwide delivery of a Blu-Ray Disk Copy (BD-25GB Single Layer Disk) using First Class Priority International Mail to any destination.

Blu-Ray ISO Digital Download Link: Personal Download Link for the Blu-Ray ISO File via e-mail. The user can burn the ISO File with a PC Blu-Ray Recorder using a Blank BD-25GB Single Layer Disk or playback the ISO File from a Stand-Alone Media Player / PC Software Player that supports Full Blu-Ray Menu.

Media Files Digital Download Link: Personal Download Link for the Media Files via e-mail. All chapters of the Blu-Ray Release are included in MP4+MKV files for a wide device playback support from Stand-Alone Media Players, PC/MAC Software Players, Satellite Tuners, Digital TV Receivers, Video Game Consoles (for movie playback from USB), Tablets/SmartPhones, TV's USB Movie Mode or Stand-Alone Media Players / PC Software Players that don't support playback of Blu-Ray ISO Files with Full-Menus.

Any of the above version users will have access to three exclusive CalMAN 5 Workflows to make their experience/calibration time simplier/easier/faster.


Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk is a universal calibration disk that can be used from LightSpace/CalMAN/ChromaPure & HCFR users.

LightSpace users can perform Automated 3D LUT Profiling using LightSpace's DIP Mode.

CalMAN/ChromaPure users can perform Manual / Semi-Automated Measurements of the available disk Chapters to calibrate a display/projector or perform pre/post-calibration verification measurement runs.

Pre-Calibration Tools feature the required patterns to prepare a display/projector before any 1D/3D LUT Calibration or 3D LUT Profiling.

Verify the performance of any 1D/3D LUT calibrated/profiled video setup using the largest collection of Color Reproduction Patterns.
Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk is the only available calibration disk that has been created based to the exact same pattern order sequence of any CalMAN 5/ChromaPure type of measurement run (GrayScale/Gamut/Saturation/Luminance/Color Checker etc) and it's using exact the same RGB Triplets that CalMAN 5/ChromaPure Engine expects or calculates the dE errors.

CalMAN 4 users can take 2/3/4/11/21-Point Grayscale or Color Gamut measurements with 100% Saturation using 75% or 100% Stimulus Level.

HCFR Open Source Software users can use specific CalMAN & ChromaPure Chapters of the disk to perform measurements. HCFR current developer has officially confirmed that these specific Chapters are accurate and matching the HCFR's Color Engine Calculations.





The only available solution in Home Theater world to Auto-Calibrate your whole video signal chain using only a Blu-Ray Disk as a Pattern Source!
This is possible only by using Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Blu-Ray Disk from Your actual Blu-Ray Player that syncs with LightSpace Software!
Auto-Sequence Chapters sends to your Display the required Color Patches to perform an automated (without user prompt) Quick Profiling of Primary & Secondary Colors / 10-Point Cube (1.000 Color Points) / 17-Point Cube (4.913 Color Points) / 21-Point Cube (9.261 Color Points) Profiling!

Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk Auto-Sequence Chapters are integrating with LightSpace Software by using LightSpace’s DIP Mode.
LightSpace DIP Mode is used mainly at professional post-production / Digital Intermediate grading systems for calibrating the whole image chain.

You will only need to perform an initial display/meter setup, no other user prompt is required during the whole Display Profiling sequence!
Now using Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk there's no need to buy any External Hardware Pattern Generator!
In Film Industry, Post-Production Facilities are using 17/21-Point Cube resolution to Color-Grading/Mastering the movies we are enjoying at home!
Reproducing this color accuracy @ your own Home Display/Projector will get you even closer for viewing the movies ''as the director intended''!
You will need only Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk + LightSpace Home Cinema Software + Meter + eeColor 3D LUT Box Device!
Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk saves you at least $1.500 from buying an External Hardware Pattern Generator!
External Pattern Generator's (of any price range) can't see your Blu-Ray video output inaccuracies!
The only Solution to fix this problem is to use a Disk Pattern Generator from your actual Blu-Ray Player you are using for movie playback.



Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk Free Version is a Lite Version of the Full Disk that works with the following free software solutions:
Light Illusion's LightSpace DPS, SpectraCAL's CalMAN ColorChecker & HCFR (Open Source).


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