Originally Posted by f1to128
Sorry am not too familiar with notebook monitor calibration (in fact never done this before)
Anybody calibrated their MacBook LCD screen before?
Since I will be out and about and access to my calibrated desktop Trinitron monitor will be limited to home use, I figured it may be useful to calibrate the MacBook.
First silly question:
When you use the calibrated MacBook, do you have to set it at a specific angle?
Does your calibrator software or manual make any recommendations?
The screen image looks slightly different with screen tilts, so I was wondering if there's any recommendation for viewing angles.
Second silly question:
What hardware calibrator do you use?
My current calibrator is CRT only, so...
Just an informal survey to aid my purchasing decision
Use can just use a device to calibrate your Macbook and any other display devices.
PM me for more details.