DisplayCAL is the best for display calibration option when you need to create various charts and graphs, it can be used to get your desired colors, and is a tool created especially for managing the colors you are using in different projects. A large variety of colors offers by this software tool, and it is fully loaded with many other features.
Actually, DisplayCAL (formerly known as dispcalGUI) is a display calibration and profiling solution with a focus on accuracy and versatility (in fact, the author is of the honest opinion it may be the most accurate and versatile ICC compatible display profiling solution available anywhere). At its core it relies on ArgyllCMS, an advanced open-source color management system, to take measurements, create calibrations and profiles, and for a variety of other advanced color related tasks.
Calibrate and characterize your display devices using one of many supported measurement instruments, with support for multi-display setups and a variety of available options for advanced users, such as verification and reporting functionality to evaluate ICC profiles and display devices, creating video 3D LUTs, as well as optional CIECAM02 gamut mapping to take into account varying viewing conditions. Other features include:
- Support of colorimeter corrections for different display device types to increase the absolute accuracy of colorimeters. Corrections can be imported from vendor software or created from measurements if a spectrometer is available.
- Check display device uniformity via measurements.
- Test chart editor: Create charts with any amount and composition of color patches, easy copy & paste from CGATS, CSV files (only tab-delimited) and spreadsheet applications, for profile verification and evaluation.
- Create synthetic ICC profiles with custom primaries, white- and black point, as well as tone response for use as working spaces or source profiles in device linking (3D LUT), transforms.
DisplayCal For Colorimeters
- CalMAN X2 (treated as i1 Display 2)
- Datacolor/ColorVision Spyder2
- Datacolor Spyder3 (since ArgyllCMS 1.1.0)
- Datacolor Spyder4 (since ArgyllCMS 1.3.6)
- Datacolor Spyder5 (since ArgyllCMS 1.7.0)
- Datacolor SpyderX (since ArgyllCMS 2.1.0)
- Hughski ColorHug (Linux support since ArgyllCMS 1.3.6, Windows support with newest ColorHug firmware since ArgyllCMS 1.5.0, fully functional Mac OS X support since ArgyllCMS 1.6.2)
- Hughski ColorHug2 (since ArgyllCMS 1.7.0)
- Image Engineering EX1 (since ArgyllCMS 1.8.0)
- Klein K10-A (since ArgyllCMS 1.7.0. The K-1, K-8 and K-10 are also reported to work)
- Lacie Blue Eye (treated as i1 Display 2)
- Sencore ColorPro III, IV & V (treated as i1 Display 1)
- Sequel Imaging MonacoOPTIX/Chroma 4 (treated as i1 Display 1)
- X-Rite Chroma 5 (treated as i1 Display 1)
- X-Rite ColorMunki Create (treated as i1 Display 2)
- X-Rite ColorMunki Smile (since ArgyllCMS 1.5.0)
- X-Rite DTP92
- X-Rite DTP94
- X-Rite/GretagMacbeth/Pantone Huey
- X-Rite/GretagMacbeth i1 Display 1
- X-Rite/GretagMacbeth i1 Display 2/LT (the HP DreamColor/Advanced Profiling Solution versions of the instrument are also reported to work)
- X-Rite i1 Display Pro, ColorMunki Display (since ArgyllCMS 1.3.4. The HP DreamColor, NEC SpectraSensor Pro and SpectraCal C6 versions of the instrument are also reported to work)
- A recent Linux, Mac OS X (10.6 or newer for the standalone version, 10.5 or newer for the 0install version) or Windows (XP/Server 2003 or newer) operating system.
- A graphics card with at least 24 bits per pixel (true color) support and the desktop set up to use this color depth.
|Software Name||DisplayCal For Windows V 126.96.36.199|
|Software File Size||24.52 MB|
|Date Added||December 8th, 2019|
DisplayCAL is developed and maintained by Florian Hoch, and would not be possible without ArgyllCMS, which is developed and maintained by Graeme W. Gill.