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i1Profiler is updated to V1.5

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X-rite update i1Profiler to V1.5

Updated profiling software for print and screen



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X-Rite have announced the availability of V1.5 of i1 Profiler

i1 Pro 2 used with i1 Profiler

i1 Pro 2 used with i1 Profiler

The updated software incorporates a number of  fixes and improvements

Display: Improves i1 Display Pro support for newer display technologies

Scanner: Support HCT targets

Projector: Improved detection of screen position

Printer: device link profiles (CMYK), M1 support for i1iO (spot mode), Support for the Ugra/Fogra Media Wedge CMYK v3 LFP for large format printing.

i1Profiler can locate updates, or you can download from X-Rite

Although the  device link profiles are a noticeable advance, I don’t actually do any of this sort of stuff, so I’ll wait a while before updating our i1Profiler review collection

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More colour management and printing related information

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Some specific articles that may be of interest:  

  • Why don't my prints match my screen? A short article showing why there is more to getting your prints to match your screen, than just calibrating your monitor. It's the vital first step, but you do need to consider some other factors for best results.
  • Why are my prints too dark - some basic suggestions to this common problem.

Articles below by Keith (Google's picks for matching this page)


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