This program will help you to calibrate your dispay without a hardware calibrator device. High accuracy calibration is achieved by the high sensitivity of the human eye to neutral-color shades. The generated test patterns are based on an scientific article “Measurement of display transfer characteristic (gamma)” by A. Roberts. Multiple display configurations or notebook displays are supported.
As compared to other programs in this class, Lutcurve has high accuracy and flexibility in configuring virtually any monitor. This allows you to get great results even in low-quality TFT LCD displays based on TN-matrix. Best results are on IPS and PVA.
Who likes this program
- Users working with videos and photos.
- Designers and artists who work with drawings.
- Professional photographers and enthusiasts.
- Software developers and web designers.
- Just web surfers who love the image quality.
Typical disadvantages of non-calibrated displays
- Inaccurate reproduction of colors and shades.
- The loss of image detail in dark and light areas.
- Incorrect image brightness and gamma.
- Ugly and unkempt appearance of web pages.
- Eye strain when working at a computer.
Almost all computer monitors might need to be calibrated. With Atrise Lutcurve, calibration is easy and accurate.
Unlimited Count of Calibration Points
Atrise Lutcurve lets you correct nonlinearity of displays, especially noticeable on LCD monitors. The count of calibration points is not limited, which means you can calibrate even an aging display.
The quality of the calibration depends on your carefulness and may be very approximate to hardware calibration results and better.
Multiple Display Support
A multi-display PC installation is also supported on all supported OS including XP.
It is possible to match two display colors.
All values are adjusted by numerical values using the Up / Down button controls. The whole process takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Easy Steps to Calibrate
The program walks you through adjustments in a step-by-step manner.
Once the display is calibrated, it takes a bit of time to get over the gee whiz factor that comes from seeing that the images on your display closely match reality.