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Nov 08, 2010 14:27 |  #1

Hi all, would you be able to tell me what settings I should have here?

I'm waiting for a calibration device to come down and would like everything in order on the PC., I know this is probably messed up but is there a sort of default for everything?

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Nov 08, 2010 15:49 |  #2

AFAIK (OSX here): Choose your display profile instead of sRGB.

Rest shouldn't matter much if you use color managed applications.


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Nov 08, 2010 16:14 |  #3

Thanks Again Rene, the only option with 'Display' in the title was this...

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Nov 08, 2010 16:33 |  #4

Leave the advanced settings as they are. SRGB is Default.

Your ICC Profile under the Control Panel/Color Management/Devices needs to be your Calibrated Profile. for example if you use the spyder3Pro system you would select the "SpyderPro3" as your ICC Profile.

Leave the rest alone.


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Nov 08, 2010 16:42 |  #5

Oxford_Matt wrote in post #11248571 (external link)
Leave the advanced settings as they are. SRGB is Default.

Your ICC Profile under the Control Panel/Color Management/Devices needs to be your Calibrated Profile. for example if you use the spyder3Pro system you would select the "SpyderPro3" as your ICC Profile.

Leave the rest alone.

Thanks Matt, but I can't remember what they were, is that the default in the second screenshot?


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Nov 08, 2010 17:11 |  #6

Defaullts are as follows:

Device Profile: SRGB IEC61966-2.1
Viewing Conditions: System default (WCS Profile for SRGB viewing)
Default rendering intent: System Default (Perceptual)
Perceptual (Photo Images): System Default (Photography)
Relative Colormetric (Line Art): System Default (proofing & Line Art)
Absolute Color Metric (Simulate Paper) : System Default (Proofing - Simulate Paper/Media Color)
Business Graphics (Charts & Graphs):
System Default (Charts & Graphs)


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Nov 08, 2010 17:16 |  #7

Oxford_Matt wrote in post #11248793 (external link)
Defaullts are as follows:

Device Profile: SRGB IEC61966-2.1
Viewing Conditions: System default (WCS Profile for SRGB viewing)
Default rendering intent: System Default (Perceptual)
Perceptual (Photo Images): System Default (Photography)
Relative Colormetric (Line Art): System Default (proofing & Line Art)
Absolute Color Metric (Simulate Paper) : System Default (Proofing - Simulate Paper/Media Color)
Business Graphics (Charts & Graphs):
System Default (Charts & Graphs)


C**p,..:oops: its slightly obvious when you look at it like that with "System Default" splattered all over it...:oops:

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Nov 09, 2010 04:13 |  #8

Oxford_Matt wrote in post #11248571 (external link)
Leave the advanced settings as they are. SRGB is Default.

Your ICC Profile under the Control Panel/Color Management/Devices needs to be your Calibrated Profile. for example if you use the spyder3Pro system you would select the "SpyderPro3" as your ICC Profile.

No idea what the exact purpose of this Windows dialog is, but why set sRGB for display default? (I.E. When would it be used if you have calibrated your screen and set the proper profile in "Devices"?)


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Nov 09, 2010 06:25 as a reply to  @ René Damkot's post |  #9

Rene,

You and me both. I do use Windows (XP) but don't recognise that box at all, or any of the choices.


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Nov 09, 2010 06:38 |  #10

That's because Windows XP doesn't color manage.
This is either Vista or W7. ;)


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Nov 09, 2010 06:58 |  #11

Rene,

Thanks. Vista had problems even booting up, never mind understanding colour management. Is 7 any better?


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Nov 09, 2010 07:09 |  #12

No idea. Mac here since OS 8. Last Windows I used was 3.11 :lol:


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Nov 09, 2010 07:14 |  #13

Yes its Windows 7 and while I can't comment if it colour manages better than Vista, It certainly does everything else better.

Vista must be the OS with the shortest lifespan from MS, it WAS awful , I think the only good thing to come out of it was the specifications of PC's had to be upped to use it, without changing the overall cost.


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Nov 09, 2010 07:45 |  #14

^

win xp > vista < win7

yea vista is that bad lol


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