ColorEyes™ Display Pro Adds
Support for Apple Cinema Displays
New Software Makes Monitor Profiling Simple
Integrated Color Corporation, creator of groundbreaking tools for digital cameras and monitor profiling, announced today that the company’s ColorEyes™ Display Pro monitor profiling software now supports the full range of Apple monitors, including the Apple Cinema Display as well as the MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac.
ColorEyes Display Pro is one of the most powerful profiling tools on the market today and gives users unrivaled precision. The software works with most colorimeters and spectrophotometers on the market today, meaning users can simply upgrade their current software rather than purchasing additional hardware. And, with the addition of support for Apple monitors, ColorEyes Display Pro fits into virtually any workflow.
Apple has been very successful marketing high quality displays to imaging professionals. Customers demand accuracy from their displays and a simple process to get there. By adding hardware brightness control for Apple displays, ColorEyes Display makes short work of regular screen calibration.
ColorEyes Display Pro features two unique interfaces – one for the amateur and one for the more advanced user – giving those advanced users the tools and features they want while also providing a wizard-based interface to assist novice users in setting up parameters and selecting features.
“Thanks to the features and enhancements we’ve included, ColorEyes Display Pro offers users absolute control of their color,” says Derrick Brown, president of Integrated Color. “When color is critical, users depend on ColorEyes Display Pro.”
Users will also enjoy added precision with iterative gray balance measurements, creating the most neutral profiles in the industry, as well as L* gamma support for visually linear profiles. ColorEyes Display Pro also features profile verification to test monitors, profiles and instrument accuracy.
The latest version of ColorEyes Display Pro contains a number of upgrades, including:
- a settings file that allows an administrator to profile a single monitor to the desired settings and then load, save and lock it on other computers. The ability to lock the settings file and prevent other users from changing target values is critical for professionals responsible for maintaining standards in a large environment.
- the ability to evaluate calibration, which enables users to measure a color list and a profile to determine if a specific monitor is capable of displaying critical colors.
- additional calibration settings, including the ability to calibrate to the native white point and black point adjustments.
A guided tour in each section, as well as an extensive database of information, eliminates the need for a users manual and puts crucial information at the users’ fingertips.
ColorEyes Display Pro also features full Direct Digital Control (DDC), which provides full control of monitor hardware through ColorEyes Display Pro for precise adjustment of white point, black point and color balance, meaning users no longer have to rely on on-screen controls to make necessary adjustments.
Created by ICS, the makers of Remote Director, the industry’s most sophisticated remote proofing system, in cooperation with Integrated Color, ColorEyes Display Pro continues to be on the cutting edge of the science of monitor calibration.
About Integrated Color Corporation
Integrated Color Corporation is a designer and supplier of high-end imaging products for the commercial photographic and printing industries. Integrated Color also offers training and consulting services for all of its products to photographic supply companies, graphic arts organizations, printers and photographers throughout North America and Europe. For more information, please visit www.integrated-color.com or call 978-670-1416.
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