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post #1 of 4 Old 10-09-2005, 07:11 AM - Thread Starter
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HI,

has anyone used this ISF approved product for calibrating displays of all types and how does this differ from using a dvd essentials disk or the like besides price???

http://www.displaymate.com/isf/index.html

Can this program be used with the likes of Spyder or Eyeone color meters???

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many use DisplayMate as a standard

biggest difference is this is a PC based program: not a DVD you can pop in your DVD player

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Thanks Marc,

Just seems to be more logical then dvd type of systems and does gray scale....

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I use displaymate video edition extensively for things like setting grey scale, checking resolution, focus, convergence and many more. You have to be a little careful, because it outputs at PC levels of 0-255, not video levels of 16-235.

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