I would really love to calibrate my new monitor correctly, but I can't without the software.
Could someone please recommend a third party program for this purpose?
PS: I'm not sure if this is the correct forum, so apologies if it isn't.
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I tried the program but it's incompatible with my OS as it won't work on a 64 bit system. Thanks though.
You can try Nokia display test application
Well, there's the rub. How do you know the photo is correct? Is the blue from your printer the same blue on your monitor the same blue in the picture the same blue of the sky?
Should I print a photo already on my PC, or will any pic do?
I don't see any harm in taking it seriously - unless you make your living out of precise color matching.
so perhaps I'm taking it all a bit too seriously.
Edited by Jaekus, 28 April 2010 - 11:22 AM.
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