Judd-Ofelt theory presents a centrepiece in spectroscopy of lanthanides since it explains and predicts 4f absorptions and emissions from only 3 intensity parameters. A self-referenced method for calculating Judd–Ofelt intensity parameters from the excitation spectra of Eu3+-activated luminescent materials is proposed in this study along with a description of the parametrisation procedure and free user-friendly web application. It uses the integrated intensities of the 7F0→5D2, 7F0→5D4, and 7F0→5L6 transitions in the excitation spectrum for calculations and the integrated intensity of the 7F0→5D1 magnetic dipole transition for calibration. This approach allows a simple derivation of the Ω6 intensity parameter, which is difficult to calculate precisely by Krupke’s parametrisation of the emission spectrum and, therefore, frequently omitted in published research papers. Compared to the parametrisation of absorption spectra, the described method is more accurate, can be applied to any material form, and requires a single excitation spectrum.