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Old 06-22-09, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default Monitor calibration under Linux, NVidia card

I feel the need to calibrate my monitors.

I wonder: back when I got my TNT2 card it included a nifty plastic sheet with reference colors and you could use it to get a rough calibration. Not as good as getting color calibration hardware but much better than "random". What happened to that stuff? Why was it dropped?

What do you guys use for color calibration?

If I bite the hardware bullet, any opinions about the Pantone huey versus the ColorVision Spyder2? I think they should both work with Argyll on Linux, but alas there might be hardware revisions and other traps I'm not aware of. Any experience to share?

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