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  • Brian Lawson

    Hudson Henry always responds to the users who write him. Sometimes it can take a while as he conducts photo tours and workshops all over the planet and isn't always in contact with the web. Be patient and I'm sure he will answer you when he gets an opportunity.

    I'm going to take a stab at an answer for him though. He did not talk about the NEC software because the video was produced with a much wider audience in mind. Not everyone using ON1 has an NEC monitor so a video on how to calibrate your monitors needs to be general as well and not focus on any one monitor manufacturer's proprietary procedure.

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  • Peter Pfeiffer

    Russell Webb  

    I'm not certain the arrangement Hudson has with On1, and quite frankly it's none of my concern. Hudson is a professional photographer who had a busy schedule conducting photo outings for clients and travels to many parts of the world. From what I've noticed he ALWAYS answers and comments on posts when he has time..

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  • Kahlie

    Well said Peter ^^^. Give it some time. Hudson will reply to you.

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  • Russell Webb

    Well just over three weeks gone and not only has there been no answer to a simple question but now also my simple and polite  question has been removed from the comments section of the video on the On1 Youtube channel.

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  • Brian Gibson

    I can't help you regarding the lack of reply, but in answer to the question " why do you use the i1 profile software and not the NEC Spectraview software specifically made for NEC monitors? "
    - I would have thought that it made sense to use the software that was intended to be used for the calibration device.
    In other words, use the X-Rite software with the X-Rite calibrator.
    The NEC Spectraview calibrator applies the results directly to the monitor, whereas the X-Rite software modifies the video driver via a lookup table. At least, that's how my X-Rite calibrator works.

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  • Jeff Lambert

    I had an NEC monitor a little while back and it was better to use NEC Spectraview exactly because it modifies the Monitor itself and NOT a LUT. It will also use the full Bitdepth of your monitor while using the X-Rite software would not. Just my two cents.

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