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Windows Color Management Profile always resets

Why is this happening?  I have come across many different sites and have done multiple “fixes” but nothing has helped keep my icc profile I created with a Datacolor Spyder 3 calibration device. 301 more words


How to make sure your i1Display Profile calibration is active!

Many color calibration programs come with a helper program to make sure the profile is currently active (or not). i1Display Pro comes with XRGamma, but doesn’t actually give the user any way to see or control whether a profile or not; it relies on Windows’ color management system, which can have it’s profile changed due to a GPU change or GPU drive installation. 246 more words


Custom Packaging Solutions

Branding a item is most important procedure of advertising a item. Below are the stages involved for promotion a program item. Application item cannot be promoted without promotion and business presentation. 604 more words

Advertising Color Management


Color management and image interchange system targets  production, mastering and long-term archiving of motion pictures

ACES Logo Program encourages industry-wide adoption

Academy exhibits ACES at 2015 NAB Show® in April – Booth C9132… 312 more words

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Do I need a RIP? The answer is YES.

Almost every day I receive the following questions: ‘Will a RIP software make your colors brighter and improve your image quality?’ – ‘Is it really necessary to run your printer with a RIP?’ – ‘Can’t you achieve the same results simply by using the included print driver?’ … “Do I need a RIP?” 663 more words


#TheDress Confirms The Value Of Color Management

How a badly lit, pixelated photo of a dress set off an Internet firestorm and brought to light one of the more serious concerns for advertising production – color management. 377 more words


White Dress or Blue Dress - Solved.

So, the following picture has been making the rounds today, and well-nigh breaking the internet.

The question is: Is this a white dress with gold stripes, terribly… 377 more words

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