2 different LCD on same graphic card, how to match colour?


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Wai

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Can those eye-one or spyder do that? How accurate?

Or are there easier ways to match using some tools?

Thanks in advance!
 

Newman

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Yep, you can use either one to calibrate the LCDs. Eye-one is better but more expensive of course. Eye-one Photo that is.
You can try using Adobe Gamma in Photoshop but it's not accurate.
 

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Newman said:
Yep, you can use either one to calibrate the LCDs. Eye-one is better but more expensive of course. Eye-one Photo that is.
You can try using Adobe Gamma in Photoshop but it's not accurate.
I see standards in Clubsnap are constantly rising.

Now its not enough to get a simple Spyder. Must get a US$1,500 eye-one photo.
 

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Adobe Gamma does not do dual-monitor. for software-based solution u might wanna try powerstrip
 

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Just to note I have the cheapest version of spyder ($199) but it doesn't allow mulitple profiles. I face the same prob while runing dual monitors too. I emailed Colorvision and it seems only the pro version have this function.
 

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