216 of 233 people found the following review helpful
Great way to calibrate color,
This review is from: X-Rite MSCCPP ColorChecker Passport (Electronics)
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Shows how the product can perform white balance, color calibration and dual-illuminant color calibration using the included software and Adobe Lightroom on a Windows 7 PC. 4 stars as the out-of-the-box experience is poor -- not until you have gone to the website, read the instructions and downloaded & watched the video examples will you know what to do.
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Initial post: Dec 17, 2011 9:49:01 AM PST
Thomas Jones says:
Thank you for posting the video, it was very helpful...
Posted on Jan 15, 2012 9:38:25 PM PST
Raj Narla says:
Thanks for your insight and input on this software. However, I do have some questions, viz.,
1. Does this X-Rite ColorChecker passport Software work on Mac?
2. I have also seen Sekonic Color Meter (Model: Sekonic C-500R) and does that work in the same fashion as X-Rite Colorchecker Passport.
3. If you have any knowledge about Sekonic Light metering devices (Model: Sekonic L358) and/or Sekonic Color Metering Devices (Model: Sekonic C-500R), your input of thoughts on them through a Video would be greatly appreciated.
Posted on Mar 30, 2013 9:53:04 AM PDT
Samir F. Idriss says:
Your video is really appreciated; it helped sell me on the product. I am now considering buying the i1 Display Pro and ColorChecker Passport as a bundle. Thank you!
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 30, 2013 11:25:35 AM PDT
Yes, there is now a Mac OS-X version of the software. I don't know the Sokonic devices.
In reply to an earlier post on May 2, 2014 11:58:05 AM PDT
A. Jeng says:
Thanks for the wonderful video! When taking a picture of the ColorChecker Passport, do you use auto, manual or preset White Balance on the camera? Or it does not matter?
In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2014 11:26:28 AM PDT
Just take a RAW image, and then it doesn't matter.
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