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    Mac Version

    Quote Originally Posted by ton View Post
    I think that monaco profiler is better because he has a pre-linearization, which is especially good for flexography and screen printing.
    Do any of these apps offer a Mac version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatayoyo View Post
    >Any o n e with a keygen for i1Profiler.

    I1Profiler doesn't need a serial number it's free but you must have an I1Pro spectro.
    The I1Pro is a dongle. There is 3 versions of the dongle.
    Anyway to bypass that? Am currently using a Colormunki, but am contemplating to upgrade to an Eye given the inability to measure OBAs.

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    thanks for everything

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    You can Use Bill Atkinson target. Misure it with measure tool (free part of profile maker)
    Export Lab, convert with Bill routine and make profile with Monaco Profiler.
    Monaco get the best profiles.
    Bye

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    I1Profiler

    >Anyway to bypass that

    No way.
    The last I1Pro2 have the illuminant to measure the OB

    There is no benefit to use the Bill's target.
    The randomized targets of the recent I1Profiler are perfect. There is no benefit to build your own target.
    It's a waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatayoyo View Post
    The randomized targets of the recent I1Profiler are perfect
    It's an interesting info. Could you please substantiate your claim? Any objective info or links to primary sources are welcome.
    Cheers,
    CW

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    profile a printer: monacoprofiler (when using a non-supported reader device, you can use colorport to read the charts and exporte the monaco session)

    profile a monitor: profilemaker with a big rgb target (instructions [URL="http://people.csail.mit.edu/ericchan/dp/i1BigTargets/"]here:[/URL] )

    edit profiles: profileeditor (from profilemaker solution)

    ps. I had preference for profilemaker in the past also to make printer profiles, but a row of bad profiles made me to change idea. Today, with more experience, I really think monaco profiles are better

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    Too old

    profilemaker monaco... are too old. It's an old story.

    Go for the latest I1Profiler software solution.

    And after... add, basICColor display for your screen, ColorThink Pro, Patch Tool and BabelColor and LittleCMS for the scanner (free).
    You will have the best.

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    i1Profiler is the newest. Profile Maker,Monaco Profiler is the older. All of these are easy to use

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