In a message dated 2/27/06 12:00:37 PM, email@hidden writes:
His may be a little off-topic but I hope I can be pointed in the right direction. With the help of books from Bruce Fraser, this forum and various other sources I think I have a reasonable understanding of basic colour theory and colour management as it relates to photography and computers. However, when I step into the world of video processors and HDTV displays I’m lost. It seems that nothing I have learnt in the former area applies to the latter where colour management seems to be a farce. I was wondering if people could point me to resources that would help me get up to speed on the video world and help me tie it to my knowledge of colour spaces and the like for computing/photography.
You could start by looking at ColorFacts PRO and its documentation, to see what Home Theater calibration does, and how it does it.
C. David Tobie
Product Technology Manager
ColorVision Business Unit
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