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    Junior Member Kiwilopo is on a distinguished road
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    My voice goes to ColorMunki for beginners.

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    ArgyllCMS

    I definitely would recommend ArgyllCMS, which as it has been said is a command line program and therefore not very simple to use. However, there are at least 3 free GUIs for the ArgyllCMS. I have been using dispcalGUI which makes using the program quite straight forward. I would recommend these two together.

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    i recommend GMG Colorproof. straightforward and user friendly.

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    I recommended monaco colour profiler and i1 device

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    Quote Originally Posted by a.sciosciammocca View Post
    Hallo,

    I bought a used i1pro which comes with no software (except the i1share tool). I tried to download and install the i1 Match 3 utility from x-rite's website but I can't use the printer/scanner/projector/camera/monitor options because they are not available for my product I tried to run i1 diagnostics to update software's license but it asks me a "password" to unlock the wanted features. Can anyone help me with tis password? Eventually, tips about "simple" alternative softwares to approach colour management are welcome!!!

    Thanks!!!

    Antonio
    me too. i hope find profile maker 5.0.10 for mac

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    i1 profiler works best for me
    profilemaker is second
    monaco is 3rd but easiest to use

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    I think that monaco profiler is better because he has a pre-linearization, which is especially good for flexography and screen printing.

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    I use Eye-One Match. It's easy, very easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by F15hka View Post
    I use Eye-One Match. It's easy, very easy
    and ProfileMaker 5.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColorWizard View Post
    To profile RGB/CMYK printer I would recommend relatively simple applications from basICColor: [URL="http://www.basiccolor.de/basiccolor-droprgb/"]basICColor dropRGB[/URL] and [URL="http://www.basiccolor.de/basiccolor-cmykick/"]basICColor CMYKick[/URL]. I didn't find crack for them, but they are fully working during testing period.
    I use a 'runasdate' utility to change the system time for this trial product ;)

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    hi

    profile maker 5 is pretty esy one

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    for RGB printers there is one free app and there is i1 profiler - I'd say for a begginer i1 profiler would be better choice -

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    your i1Pro acts like a dongle. you can buy and change dongle options from X-Rite. normally tha i1Pro has only basic features open in the basic version. thats why you can not use the advanced profiling options in i1Match software.

    recently a new software came out from X-rite: i1Profiler, some folks mentioned it already. my i1Pro was able automatically to work with i1Profiler with monitor profiling, as this is active in the dongle options list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenho View Post
    you can buy and change dongle options from X-Rite. normally tha i1Pro has only basic features open in the basic version. thats why you can not use the advanced profiling options in i1Match software.
    from what I know you can't buy any updates to i1 pro device and extend iMatch software capabilities that way anymore - since release of i1Profiler this way of adding capabilities to older and new packages was killed by x-rite - as of this moment to get any new functionality is to buy i1Profiler package that suits your needs and they use hardware usb dongles to allow you to work with certain modules though of course i1Profiler still supports i1 pro devices as dongles

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    EFI Color Profiler works great, but all this software packages cost a lot.

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