Monitor Calibration SW

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  1. cumi

    cumi TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    can anybody suggest me a monitor calibration freeware software?

    Thanks,
     
  2. Digital Matt

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    Freeware? You need more than software. To do it accurately, you need a device that attaches to the monitor to read its values. The cheapest one you can buy is a USB Spyder from Pantone. If you have photoshop installed, you can use Adobe Gamma.
     
  3. cumi

    cumi TPF Noob!

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    Yes, I know, but I thougth there is a small app which tells you how to change the monitor settings based on your (eyes') feeback.
     
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    like matt said if you have photoshop you can use adobe gamma, based on what your eye sees. Not sure if you can obtain it without photoshop tho
     
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