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April 29, 2022

CC_Display_TEST Workflows

Basic set of workflows

  • Basic Uniformity Test 3x3 - Assesses uniformity of display. If it is not uniform it should not be used for critical color evaluation e.g. soft-proofing or color editing. This is the smallest possible evaluation schema (for professional usage 5x5 test is highly recommended)

  • Gamut Test - it is a very simple tool that can evaluate monitor gamut for existing display settings. A type of very simple ICC profile collects information about space boundaries. Please note that is skipping tonal response and has no value for profiling aim.

  • Lighting Conditions - this tool makes it possible to measure Lighting Conditions and automatically store the data for Lighting Inspector. Please note that a spectrophotometer is required to read the SPD curve that can be used for future evaluation.

  • Proces CMYK (GRACoL) - very basic evaluation - based on a few points that help us to know if the display is capable to cover the CMYK gamut of the GRACoL. Note that full ISO evaluation is based on a much bigger data set called "outer gamut" 

  • Verify Corporate Colors - This is an example of a sample spot color library evaluation to show the principle of how corporate colors can be examined.  The list contains 8 color samples.  It is very easy to import any color library to the workflow.

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  • _A-Cal 160 D50 — a sample of Automatic Calibration (no profiling!) that can set the display to D50 at 160 cd/m2, the tonal response is set to gamma =1.8. The user may activate this calibration using CC-Display or a helper application 

  • _M-Cal 150 L 4000K — a sample of Automatic Calibration (no profiling!) that can set the display to 4000K at 150 cd/m2 with Tonal Response set to L*. The user may activate this calibration using CC-Display or a helper application. 


    NOTE:
    When at least two calibrations are executed the user will be able to simply switch between setting to understand how different settings can be managed on the display.

 

Temporary available Profiling Workflows 

For a limited period of beta-testing, we are offering two workflows that calibrate, profile and verify the Display.

  • ICC 140 D50 L E — This workflow calibrates display to D50 at 140 cd/m2, L* tonal response, next profile is created and in the final step verification is performed.

  • ICC 140 D75 L E — This workflow calibrates display to D75 at 140 cd/m2, L* tonal response, next profile is created and in the final step verification is performed. 

 

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