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NEW ColorMunki Video! | Take Control of Color from Capture to Edit to Output

     

by Brenda K. Hipsher – March 10th, 2011

There’s a new video in town called Take Control of Color from Capture to Edit to Output. It shows you how easy ColorMunki Photo is to use and what it can do for you! It’s a step by step walk through including projector profiling.  If you click on this link: Take Control of Color from Capture to Edit to Output you’ll find other videos on ColorChecker Passport as well!

Take this 5 minute tour that could save you hours of time and lots of money in failed print output. Let us know what you think.  We’d enjoy having your comments here!

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8 responses to “NEW ColorMunki Video! | Take Control of Color from Capture to Edit to Output”

  1. wow, what a great tool. Can I ColorMunki my iPad?

  2. Looks like there’s already a solution for having calibrated colour in a gallery app:
    http://www.monitorcalibrators.com/2011/07/ipad-color-calibration-now-available-with-the-spyder-3-range/

    Hope X-Rite can come up with something similar. My munki is waiting!

  3. I am wondering what updates there may be for my Color Munki to enable it to calibrate my iPad? Your comment above states that iPads do not currently support calibration, however that comment seems outdated, since your competitor, Spyder,, is now supporting iPad Calibration. I’m hoping there may be a software update for my Color Munki (which I completely LOVE using for calibration of my PC laptop display, my printer, and LDC projector) which will enable the ColorMunki to also calibrate my iPad. Anything available yet or on the horizon?

    • Brenda K. Hipsher says:

      While there is at least one application that can be profiled by our competitors product the iPad itself cannot support an ICC profile. We are always listening to what our customers suggest from real world use and I assure you that we are always looking for ways to provide you with high quality color management products for all your devices.
      Thank you so very much for your comment.
      Brenda K. Hipsher

      • Daniel Stern says:

        Hi Brenda,

        Below is the link to the ipad feedback form. I think we all need to inform apple that a color management based on ICC profiles is absolutely necessary, especially with the new Retina Display. Without a color management, IMHO they are useless for portfolio applications. If I present my fotos to the client, I want to be the closest possible to the print result. I didn’t pay the premium price for a Retina Display to be roughly close……

        I understand why x-rite doesn’t have a iPad app for the Color Munki, but we need to put some pressure on Apple, so that they implement a clean color management in IOS 6.x or 7.

        thanks for creating great products!!!!

        Daniel

        http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipad.html

  4. Dan Clark says:

    Here’s another vote for X-Rite creating an iPad app that would calibrate the iPad, then allow viewing of photos, even if it’s only calibrated in the app itself (as system-wide calibration is not currently supported). We are doing a lot of shooting where we send JPEGs wirelessly from a Nikon D600 to the iPad, would love to be able to view them in a color-calibrated app.

    • Brenda K. Hipsher says:

      Thanks for your comment Dan! I’ve passed this long to our folks. We’re always interested in what you folks out there in the field need. Thank you so much for taking the time to place a comment here. And thanks for reading the X-Rite blog.
      Brenda K. Hipsher

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