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does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« on: January 22, 2021, 09:51:34 am »

Hey guys,
just checking if this programm, that I used years ago is available as 64 bit version ?
do they still operate at all ?
cheers
Stephan
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Re: does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2021, 02:19:03 am »

Hey guys,
just checking if this programm, that I used years ago is available as 64 bit version ?
do they still operate at all ?
cheers
Stephan

nope
they are out of business for some years already

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Re: does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2021, 09:55:24 pm »

Hi Stephan,
if you were still into this topic: BasICColor Display 6 is comparable to CEDP, as it can handle hardware calibrateable monitors like Eizo/Nec as well as normal graphic card LUTs.

Version 6 is 64bit, newly written from the scratch. A Pro version with additional features like whitepoint editing etc. exists, too. There are some minor childhood diseases, but I would recommend to give it a try.

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Re: does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2021, 10:01:42 pm »

Hi Stephan,
if you were still into this topic: BasICColor Display 6 is comparable to CEDP, as it can handle hardware calibrateable monitors like Eizo/Nec as well as normal graphic card LUTs.
Version 6 is 64bit, newly written from the scratch. A Pro version with additional features like whitepoint editing etc. exists, too. There are some minor childhood diseases, but I would recommend to give it a try.
Yup, and that 'other site' (will I get into trouble for mentioning it?  :'( ) has a lot of info here:
https://photopxl.com/basiccolor-display-6-pro/
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Re: does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2021, 05:48:52 am »

thx guys,
the info is very much appreciated.
Does any of you know if this software would work with my Spyder3 calibrator ?
I have an inbuilt calibrator in my CG318, but other monitors have to be calibrated too...
all the best
Stephan
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Re: does ColorEyesDisplay still exist?
« Reply #5 on: February 10, 2021, 08:10:03 am »

Hi Stephan,

yes it does, but on Windows only. Have a look at the current hardware list:

Hardware Support List basICColor display 6.2.2
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January 2021

Colorimeters
basICColor DISCUS
basICColor SQUID 3 (X-Rite i1Display Pro), Datacolor Spyder 3 (Windows only), Datacolor Spyder 4 (Windows only), Datacolor Spyder 5
Datacolor SpyderX
EIZO Swing
EIZO Calibration Sensor
NEC SpectraSensor Pro (X-Rite i1Display Pro) X-Rite i1Display Pro
X-Rite i1Display Pro Plus
Spectrometers
Konica Minolta FD-7
Konica Minolta MYIRO-1 USB and WLAN 
X-Rite i1 Pro, X-Rite i1 Pro 2, X-Rite i1Pro 3, X-Rite i1Pro 3 Plus 
X-Rite i1Studio

Monitors (hardware-calibratable)
Eizo:
CG210, CG211, CG220, CG221, CG241W, CG301W, CG222W, CG232W, CG242W, CG243W, CG210, CG211, CG220, CG221, CG241W, CG301W, CG222W, CG232W, CG242W, CG243W, CG223W, CG245W, CG303W, CG275W, CG246, CG276, CG277, CG247, CG247X, CG248, CG318, CG2420, CG2730, CG279X, CG3145, CG319X, CG3146 CE210W, CE240W
CX240, CX270, CX271, CX241
CS230, CS240, CS270, CS2420, CS2730, CS2731, CS2740, CS2740-X
EV2360, EV2460, EV2495, EV2795
NEC:
PA241, PA271, PA231, PA301
PA242W, PA272W, PA302W, PA242W
PA322UHD, PA322UHD2, PA243W
EA244UHD, EA304WMi, EA275WMi, EA275UHD, EA305WMi, EX241UN, EA245WMi, EX341R, EA295WMi, EA271F, EA245WMi2, EA271Q, EA271U, EA241WU, EA231WU
X841UHD, X981UHD, X651UHD, X841UHD2, X981UHD2, X651UHD2, X551UHD
P404, P484, P554, V404,V 484, V554, V404-T, V484-T, V554-T, V554Q
P654Q, V654Q, C651Q, P754Q, V754Q, C751Q, V864Q, C861Q, V984Q, C981Q
PA271Q, PA311D
UN462VA, UN552, UN552S, UN552VS, UN492S, UN492SVS, UN552A, UX552S    

Monitors (DDC/CI)
We also support generic DDC protocol, it is impossible to say which monitors react to that. Tested: Cinema HD (brightness only), Dell UP2516D (brightness and RGB gains), HP Dreamcolor (brightness and RGB gains), some LG monitors. BenQ SV271 pretends to support the protocol, but the screen doesn’t change .

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basICColor diLIGHT
basICColor LEDlight
JUST Color Communicator 2
JUST moduLight (with D50 & D65 LED, and with UV LED)
LacunaSolutions SmartLightningSystem
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