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In a message dated 10/24/00 3:55:30 AM, email@example.com writes: >Well shoot, a friends Lacie seems to be much better than mine in this >regard, so I've been dealing with Lacie to try and resolve the issue, >which hasn't been pleasant so far. Nor is it likely to be, you are basicly asking them to send you a somewhat better example of the random range that comes off the assemply line... >More questions- >I've been mulling over getting the Spectrocam (I've mulled a bit too >long, I'll pay more now) for use with Profiler Pro. Do you know anything >about it's monitor calibration ability? Well I've run it, and it reads about ten patches and generates a simple profile... Can I take advantage of the RGB >gun control with whatever software may come with it? Nope, not unless you do that with another program first... PreCAl that ships with OptiCal woudl allow this, but PhotoCal and ProveIt have the utility built in, and not seperable, unless you just abort in the middle of the program. Apparently with >OptiCal and also with whatever comes with Lacie's own Blue Eye this is >possible and preferable, but there's very little info on Spectrostar's >website. Thats because their utility is more like a demo of it being possible then a full fledged program to do it... I have ProveIt, but I don't think the Spectrocam is supported, Nope... >or if so, if I can take advantage of the gun control with it, it seems >to just build profiles like an advanced version of Adobe Gamma. Without a supported Colorimeter, thats about right.... >I'm looking forward to Profiler Pro and the Spectrocam seems like a more >affordable tool for someone who doesn't need to build profiles everyday. >Particularly if it's monitor calibration ability is up to par as well. I'd say get it for use with ProfilerPro, and hope that you will soon be able to get a monitor application to use with it as well. It holds promise for LCD calibration too... C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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