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Re:xcalib ?

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on July 22, 2006 02:14 PM
In all OSs only colormanaged applications do gamut conversions. But you do need correct LUTs loaded if you used calibration that affects LUTs (most of them do).

Unless somebody takes his time and measures patches with a colorimeter attached to a Windows machine on a Linux machine with correct LUTs loaded via Xcalib it's impossible to tell how accurate the profile is.

I assume it's very accurate. There's not much room to go wrong.

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Serge.

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