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Works as a Color Management software
Joined on May 27, 2005

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  • I've already answered your question. What part of "Yes... you're correct" isn't clear? :-) And rather than defending anything, all I've done in posting here is to point out what I'd consider to be...

  • Yes, Andrew Rodney (digidog), you're correct, so in interest of transparency, it would also be a useful data point to readers of this thread that you're listed as an "X-Rite ELITE Coloratti" and...

  • If it's actually a valid data point; how would anyone know. :-) Anyone could write whatever they want into that kind of conversation.

  • Not terribly interesting, since it's among a small number of people with a narrow viewpoint. :-) Hard for these people to discuss a product which none of them, in fact, have.

  • When you calibrate a PC display, which is typically too cold (blue) uncalibrated; the calibration will make it warmer. This is what it's supposed to do and what's technically correct.

  • Please read the end-user license agreement that comes with the software - the first paragraph of #4. License Grant, is what applies to display calibration software. The language clearly states this...

  • Mssimo, you said "they never update software/drivers". So yes, what you said is incorrect. There were previous updates to Spyder4Elite for Windows. There have been additional updates to...

  • Incorrect. If you look on the Datacolor site, there -are- a long history of updates to software for product families. Multiple updates done over several years to the Spyder4 software, for example....

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