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Thread: Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

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    Default Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

    I am talking about stuff like Spyder2 and etc. Does it really make your screen more real to life colours. Or you will not really notice the difference.

    Please comment.

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    Default Re: Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

    Depends on how far 'off' your screen is for me I noticed the pictures are all much warmer and it more or less close to my lab prints when I do soft-proofing.
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    Default Re: Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

    it is not supposed to make your screen more real to life...it is to make your screen behave predictably...so that a picture on your screen will look the same as if it is seen on another screen that has been similarly treated...

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    Default Re: Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

    I am not sure about soft proofing on photos(RGB).

    I have a spyderPro (version1) for graphic print work (CMYK). So I calibate my PC and Mac CRT to try to match close to my casting proof . Accurate wise range from 85-90% after calibration... Its also depend largely on lighting conditions as it will affect how you see things on screen (eg, in the day ambient light or at night flourcent light)
    Last edited by wahgongzai; 27th March 2007 at 05:00 AM.

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    Default Re: Does LCD/CRT calibration really works?

    Any other comments. Contemplating if I should spend the $$ to get one.

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