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post #1 of 2 Old 06-11-2012, 05:27 PM - Thread Starter
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Does it exist? Is there a clear cut approach to see what program and censor to buy per your price range?

If not then at the very least, what are some specific ones you can recommend? Most of my displays are matte LCDs (24" is the largest). I have 2 windows 7 laptops, 1x 13" 2008 macbook* and 2 displays (one that is 24" and the other is 22". Benq and HP respectively). Ideally I would like the colour space to look very close if I lined up all of the displays.

Also how much does ambient lighting change the effectiveness of the censors? None of my work spaces are colour corrected (they are light with cheap florescent lighting).


END NOTE: *the macbook is the only display with a glossy finish.

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The packages at Xrite will have good info.
Since they are PC, Xrite will create tables per PC for the calibrated settings.

Calman has PC in their software also.

No info you requested exists that I know of.

Study XRite and then look at sellars websites.
Like Amazon, Ebay
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