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Changing the recalibration warning within the Spyder2 applications? Please launch Spyder2 in the upper left hand corner you will see a grayed out: Spyder2Express, Spyder2 or Spyder2Pro. Click on this grayed out Spyder2->Preferences and select the recalib...
A custom target can be saved and used for multiple monitors on one computer, or on multiple computers, or the same target values can simply be selected in each case. If you wish to define matching white and black luminance levels for a series of monitors,...
Most are specialty targets for video work. Basically, if you aren't familiar with the name of a target, then you probably have no need for it.
It is actually *because* they are twin monitors that this situation occurs; both monitors report the same name, confusing the process. This has been dealt with in Spyder2PRO 1.0.6 or higher, so go the the Datacolor website's technical support area and dow...
The initial release of Spyder2express used settings of Gamma 2.2 and Native Whitepoint as the targeted values for LCDs and laptops. User input has led to redefining these settings to Gamma 2.2 and Whitepoint 6500k in the latest version. This offers the fo...
Spyder2express uses an earlier generation of Spyder technology. It is excellent for calibrating CRTs and typical LCD displays. For laptops with very narrow viewing angles, LCDs with gloss finishes, and new LCD technologies such as LED backlight and Wide G...
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