How to calibrate Eizo ColorEdgeCG241W

Discussion in 'Calibration' started by Nilotpal Dutta, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. Nilotpal Dutta

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    I have a x-rite i1 Display Prob. How I calibrate Eizo ColorEdgeCG241W monitor for Luster in Linux ?
  2. Jason Myres Moderator

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    The easiest option is to use Eizo ColorNavigator which comes with your display. It works very well with the i1 Display Pro and should give you a nice result. I would create a profile for Rec709, D65, 2.2 Gamma, and 120cd/m2 peak luminance for SMPTE or 80cd/m2 for EBU.

    If you are using the Eizo for your GUI display over DVI/ HDMI from your graphics card, just remember you won't be seeing a full range signal. But, if you do have another reference monitor, its really helpful to have your GUI display calibrated to Rec709 so that they both match.
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  3. Nilotpal Dutta

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    I use my Eizo for GUI display over DVi from my fraphics card. Please tell me how I will calibrate it ?
  4. Jason Myres Moderator

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    I just did. Use Color Navigator with your i1 Display Pro and you should get a nice result. But, remember that DVI only passes video levels, so you will not be seeing a full range signal. To see a full signal the best option is an actual SDI reference monitor.

    If you need step by step directions, here are some links.

    http://www.imagescience.com.au/kb/questions/61/How to Calibrate an Eizo ColorEdge Monitor using ColorNavigator
    http://www.eizo.com/global/products/coloredge/cn/index.html

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