X-Rite Colormunki Smile
How does it work?
It's simple. Start the software, place the ColorMunki Smile on your monitor and click go.
What is calibration?
You know that people see colours differently, well so do computer monitors. Monitors are different right out of the box. An older monitor can drift over time making the colour even worse. Even the conditions where you view the monitor can have an effect on what the color looks like. If only there was a cure? Smile - there is. Calibration is just a fancy way of saying adjust your computer monitor to show the colors correctly.
- Calibrate LCD & LED displays - laptop or desktop
- Super easy and intuitive wizard driven software - no color science knowledge required
- Calibrate one or multiple monitors for colour consistency everywhere
- Uses the same colour engine technology found in X-Rite’s professional level colour calibration solutions
- Before and after image shows instant results
- Calibration reminder notifies you when it is time to re-calibrate your display
- Easy to follow on-line help videos - no extra manuals needed
Top 5 reasons to calibrate with ColorMunki Smile:
1.Your eyes aren’t perfect - well even if you have perfect colour vision there are other factors that affect how you see colour like age, gender and health. You need a measurement device to ensure accurate colour.
2.Monitors display colour differently and change over time - calibrating your display on a regular basis fine-tunes it to known colour reference standards and ensures consistency as it ages over time.
3.Image colours are not true to life - even a slight red or blue cast can throw off your images. Calibrating your display gives you confidence to view, edit and share your images knowing the colors are correct.
4.Highlights and shadow details are lost - calibrating your monitor brings back the details for more accurate viewing of your entire image.
5.Grays & whites aren’t consistent - which can cause a shift in colour hue. Calibrating your monitor produces neutral grays and whites and eliminates inconsistency.