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Name: basICColor Display
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.6 (Intel), Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X 10.8, Mac OS X 10.9, Mac OS X 10.10
RAM minimum: 1GB
Graphic Card and Monitor Supporting: 1280x1024 Pixel and 24 Bit Color Depth
latest version as of 04/20/16
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basICColor display's ease of use and functionality is unparalleled. 5 pre-defined settings can be used with a mouse-click right from the start page. This covers most situations for which monitor calibration is needed. Parameters for special requirements can be configured for a 6th button. This makes basICColor display the easiest-to-use and most professional software of its class. The optional high-end colorimeter, basICColor DISCUS, offers the precision and stability of a lab-grade instrument for desktop monitor calibration and profiling for the first time ever.
basICColor display 5 calibrates the internal monitor LUTs in suited monitors automatically. This guarantees for the highest precision in luminance, black point, color temperatureand gray balance. If the monitor allows for 3D LUT calibration basICColor display 5 uses ICC-profiles to emulate any gamut and thus allows for color correct viewing even with non-color-managed applications like digital video, web design and even medical viewers.
After each calibration basICColor display 5 automatically validates the monitor. This helps avoid measurement errors (due to sleep mode or screen savers). And the new basICColor RemindMe lets you set arbitrary times for reminding you of the necessity for validation or re-calibration. basICColor display 5 can then be started right from RemindMe.
Viewing Light Calibration
basICColor display 5 checks ambient light and viewing booths for conformity with the relevant standards. Compatible viewing booths (basICColor diLIGHT, basICColor LEDlight, JUST...) can be controlled automatically in order to achieve the same luminance as the calibrated monitor. Result: softproof and hardcopy proof look identical!
More info: http://www.basiccolor.de/basiccolor-display-5-en/