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Tom's Hardware - Display Calibration 101: Step-By-Step With Datacolor's Spyder4Elite


In every monitor review, we recommend that enthusiasts calibrate their screens. The benefits are many, but how can achieve this without spending thousands of pounds on exotic gear? Today, we’ll show you how, and for less than the price of your monitor!


The theories behind and benefits of calibrating your monitor are many. They could easily be the subject of a separate article. In fact, this is indeed the first in a series of stories about monitor calibration. But to summarize, the most important reason to calibrate any display is to achieve consistency between the source of the content and the display used to show that content.


Tillverkarens sida: DataColor Spyder4Elite

Prisjakt: Datacolor Spyder 4 Elite och övriga Datacolor Spyder 4 modeller


Profilering av skärmen kanske är det rätta ordet och håller man på med lite mer krävande saker som tex. bildbehandling, producerar material till tryck och diverse annat där färg och ljusåtergivning är viktigt, så behövs det göras.


Sedan är jag lite osäker om programvarulicensen endast gäller en dator eller om man kan utföra detta på flera datorer?

Mvh :rolleyes:


Ps. Finns det fler guider och tips om liknande utrustningar från andra tillverkare, eller egna erfarenheter, så fyll på tråden med dessa.

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Fortsättning på artikelserien från Tom's HardWare:

Display Calibration 201: The Science Behind Tuning Your Monitor


In Display Calibration 101: Step-By-Step With Datacolor's Spyder4Elite, we discussed one specific way to dial in your monitor; that is, to use the Spyder4Elite package to create a software look-up table (or LUT). This approach is both easy and relatively accessible, requiring very little knowledge of or training in the principles of display calibration and imaging science. 


But many readers commented that they wanted to learn more about adjusting their display's controls to achieve the same results. There are many tools available that can help you do this, and they'll be the subject of future articles. In fact, our next installment will cover the use of the CalPC package from SpectraCal. Today though, we’d like to lay a little groundwork so you know exactly what you’re in for.


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