[Digikam-users] Re : experiences with calibrating Eizo ColorEdge CG243W ?
linux at daniel-bauer.com
Wed Nov 2 09:46:18 GMT 2011
Thank you for the valuable information, I'll take it into account!
On Tuesday 01 November 2011 20.09:38, Paulux wrote:
> I don't know this monitor, but I've made some quick researchs. The
> calibration software seems to be installed on the computer, but I don't
> know the specificities of the "hardware calibration".
> What I can affirm is, with a colorimeter it's possible to calibrate under
> Windows and use the resulting ICC profile under Linux (that's what I've
> done during one year before buying my own colorimeter).
> Secondly, with the CG243W, the colorimeter have to be purchase in option.
> In comparison with the price of the screen, I think you will not buy a 80$
> colorimeter, so perhaps you should have a look to the CG245W which has an
> integrated colorimeter and calibration tool : all the process is OS
> independant, embedded in the screen.
> De : Daniel Bauer <linux at daniel-bauer.com>
> À : digikam-users at kde.org
> Envoyé le : Mardi 1 Novembre 2011 12h09
> Objet : [Digikam-users] experiences with calibrating Eizo ColorEdge CG243W
> I am about to buy a Eizo ColorEdge CG243W but before I'd like to know if
> anybody has experience in working with this monitor under Linux...
> Can you calibrate it using a virtual Windows, safe the calibration to the
> monitor hardware and then work normal under Linux/KDE (digikam, gimp, but
> also all other normal programs)?
> Anybody knows about (dis-)advantages of this monitor under Linux?
> thanks for your help!
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