In a message dated 2/28/06 3:36:32 AM, email@hidden writes:
Many thanks to those that replied. I think I have a lot to chew on for now. I’m very surprised the topics seem so far apart, although perhaps I’ll learn they really aren’t. I’d really like to understand why plasma tvs and projectors don’t accommodate ICC profiling.
They do, if you run them through a computer, and use color savvy applications... if you run them direct from a video stream, where are those video LUTs and ICC profiles going to be applied? If you are running a projector (or plasma, or LCD, etc) from a computer and showing photos from Photoshop, for example, then all you need is a copy of Spyder2PRO with projector calibration, and you'll get full color management. But if you are running a home theater direct from a video stream, then SpyderTV or ColorFacts in used instead, to make hardware, not videocard and computer, adjustments to the screen.
C. David Tobie
Product Technology Manager
ColorVision Business Unit
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