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    Junior Member jacko162 is on a distinguished road
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    i use profile make 5 and an i1 basic. always works a treat.. older printers have issues printing high enough DPI to run strip mode tho

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    i use i1 pro. software is i1 match.

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    The best for screen

    If you have a NEC use SpectraView II because SWII can setup the hardware LUT.
    The second is BasICColor display 5.

    They are all better than I1Profiler or PM.

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    Color Navigator for Eizo

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    I have been using Profilemaker v5.xx for yearsss and years...

    but I really like the user friendliness of i1Profiler... I want to switch to that but I need a key to unlock all the feature since my i1pro v1 is kinda old

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    I have been using Eye ( i1 ) Match 3 software. but i switch to i1profiler.
    so far so good

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    what for my samsung syncmaster 205bw?

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    i1 profiler

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    Also can use the profile maker 5

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    Spyder 2 here.

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    I've got i1 profiler too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lessbs View Post
    to make sure you get the best result in any program, make sure you use the largest amount of test patches possible (usually in prefs) and make sure you have the calibration target set for greyscale instead of contrast (unless, of course, contrast is your priority, but for prepress it shouldn't be)

    luminance should be set somewhere around 120-160 depending on the brightness of your room, and D65 should generally be your color target-- using D50 with an LCD monitor is a great way to trick your eyes into making everything a lot cooler than it should be (really, just use D65, it doesnt matter what part of the world you are in, it will just look more "correct," and hence your adjustments will be more accurate) the differences between perception of reflected vs transmissive light sources is more than needs to be g into here....
    what is the difference between D65 and D50?
    I love printroot.

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    I use the Spyder software from monitor profiling,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luoyong5281 View Post
    what is the difference between D65 and D50?
    Standard Iluminants with different color temperatures, both are considered daylight, can say D50 (warmer) is best suited for reflection ilumination (e.g. viewing booth, printed material) and D65 for transmission ilumination (e.g. monitor).

    I always use D65 for monitor, but... if you do colorproofs and wish to do side by side comparison using a viewing booth, you should have your monitor temperature matching the viewing booth.

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    if you have NEC monitor SpectraViewII + SpectraView Pro device is a killer solution

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