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A simple way to check the underlying capabilities of any calibration system...

 
Author Steve

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#1 | Posted: 14 Sep 2012 15:16 
I keep being asked to help people evaluate different calibration systems, when compared to LightSpace CMS.

I normally answer rather in-depth, and long winded...

But, there is a very simple way to assess the likely underlying calibration capabilities of any system.

All that is needed is to check if you have to set the target colour space (gamut and gamma) before starting the display profiling process.
If you must set the target colour space before profiling the underlying colour engine is not going to be as good as it should/could be.

With LightSpace CMS you can profile without any need to know the target colour space in advance. The profile will then show you what the display is actually doing, and then you can set any target and build a LUT to match to that as best is possible.

This is a very, very simple way to assess the real underlying capabilities of any calibration system.

Hope this is of interest.

Steve
Steve Shaw
Mob Boss at Light Illusion

Author Teo
ZRO
#2 | Posted: 15 Sep 2012 18:07 
...and blazing fast support! That is very important when you are challenging the projects and deadlines.

Author Steve

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#3 | Posted: 15 Sep 2012 20:22 
Hi Teo - we do try very hard
And I'm happy to say we do get a lot of very positive comments - thank you for yours!

Cheers,

Steve
Steve Shaw
Mob Boss at Light Illusion

Author Jean COUDSI
ZRO
#4 | Posted: 16 Sep 2012 07:19 
I'm happy to confirm : LightSpace CMS work fine and Steve provide an excellent support.
Regards

Jean

Author sayombhu
ZRO
#5 | Posted: 16 Sep 2012 13:41 | Edited by: sayombhu 

Author sayombhu
ZRO
#6 | Posted: 16 Sep 2012 13:45 
One more confirmation of Steve's best in class support!

Best,
sayombhu mukdeeprom

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