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Can Possible to Calibrate Profile a IPS LED Monitor With XRite Eye One Display 2

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Apr 12, 2019 Apr 12, 2019

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i can tell you Mac OS X macOS 10.6.8 just profiled my viewsonic VX2370 IPS LED screen

using Eye-One Match 3 3.6.3

and it looks good in Finder and Photoshop CS6

the final Luminance reported at 69.1 cd/m2 (but the screen appears to about actual 120 cd/m2)

it also has the neutrality and color saturation i recognize from 'calibrated' monitors all the way back to CRT and Apple Cinema Displays

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i just put an old 10.6.8 clone from 2015 into a Mac Pro 2010 5,1 machine - booted into 10.6.8 - and made a new profile using the same Xrite package on an old 30-inch Apple Cinema Display

the news here for me is that it worked and copied over to the Mac Pros 10.11.6 system and looks great

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the viewsonic in my first post is attached to a 2011 Mac Mini 5,1 running 10.13 (and 10.6.8 on s second internal SSD)

i still like the old stuff and not too proud to say so... but 10.6.8 has gotten to a point where it is no longer much use except to run golive and micro$oft entourage

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