These instructional videos show some of the basic operations of the pacsDisplay software. I made the videos using the Windows 7 version of the software (version 5B), so some of the functionality has chanaged slightly. The overall usage remains relatively unchanged.
How to navigate and download the pacsDisplay applications from pacsDisplay.org site
Now that you've got the .zip file, how to unload the software and install the applications on your machine.
After the program has been installed, follow the instructions in this video to test the basic functionality of the software
Now that you've confirmed operation of the program, generate a LUT for your specific monitor by evaluating the full palette of the display. After generation, load this LUT to your monitor by configuring the configLL.txt file. Once configured, the loading will take place automatically on start-up (so long as you haven't modified the startup menu).
The lumResponse program can be used to evaluate the full palette of a display to generate a LUT, or it can be used to perform a QC check of the monitor for general testing.
QCcheck can be used to generate (and regenerate) plots of the calibrated luminance response. This allows for easy visualization of the conformance after a QC check.
The gtest program allows the user to dial in any RGB combination for viewing or measuring with a photometer.
With i1meter, the user has access to the real-time read-out of the i1Display pro meter values. This includes luminance, illuminance, and colorimeter values.
The iQC pattern is the standard test pattern included with the installation. It allows for accurate qualitative evaluation of a monitor's GSDF conformance.