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[filmscanners] RE: Monitor calibration



Barbara writes ...

> > Do you use hardware device for monitor profiling ?
>
> I can't. All hardware devices that I can obtain here in Germany
> are based on USB, and NT 4.0 will just not do USB.
> There are some devices that would work on the serial
> port, but they are way beyond my price range, considering that
> this is just a hobby for me. (And at this time, I am not willing
> to upgrade to W2K or XP.
> I have to use W2K at work and don't like it!)

  If you are serious about calibrating your monitor, Windows 98SE and later
are your choices.  With WinNT4, the best you can do is to "characterize"
your monitor with Adobe Gamma.  It cannot change your general display
characteristics ("calibrate"), but if you use AG properly (difficult by
eye), its characterization of your monitor does work properly with Photoshop
... that is, when displaying an image in PS, it will compensate for your
monitor's characteristics.

cheerios ... shAf  :o)
Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland
www.micro-investigations.com (in progress)

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