[Tig] Rec. 709 Monitor Calibration For Post

Cédric Lejeune cxl at workflowers.net
Mon Sep 17 11:20:34 BST 2012


Hi Michael,
for the EIZOs the best way I know is to have it autocalibrated with Color
Navigator and a i1Pro or other supported probe and then correct the values
manually with those you get from a more high end spectro, then it
regenerates its internal LUTs accordingly.
Cedric

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> Thanks Cedric.****
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> We have Calman, and for TV sets it is fantastic, it’s less useful for
> computer monitor calibration – I will check their Add-on CalPC, but I don’t
> think it can write hardware LUT’s for the Eizo. ****
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