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CalMAN

CalMAN is color calibration software for high definition televisions and other video displays, using the major display calibration standards recognized through the world.

CalMAN has the powerful features needed by professional calibrators, but also easy-to-use wizards that walk first-time calibrators through the process of making an HDTV display accurate color.

Offering the widest hardware support in the industry, CalMAN works with almost any meter (including tri-stimulus colorimeters and spectrometers) and almost any test pattern source, including DVDs, video processors, and software generators. SpectraCal, makers of CalMAN, also provide their own free video test pattern source, HTPC.

Measurement automation in CalMAN goes far beyond what has been previously available, integrating with most third-party software and hardware. CalMAN includes the ability to control directly the test patterns in popular video processors. Entire calibration runs can be automated, often taking a complete set of grayscale measurements in well under two minutes.

CalMAN's Calibration Optimization and Reporting Environment (CORE) engine uses 64-bit double-precision floating point math for unmatched calculation accuracy. The CORE engine includes advanced matrix operations and statistical techniques so that CalMAN users do not suffer from errors and inaccuracies caused by unnecessary rounding of critical input variables or by the use of inappropriate or inefficient estimation models.

CalMAN also provides four selectable formulas for computing gamma targets, as well as the ability to tweak the gamma coefficient itself. This gives users the ability to create luminance targets that take into account the realities of users viewing environments.
In addition to offering a wide array of built-in charts, graphs, reports, and data display formats, CalMAN also allows extremely flexible customization. Using CalMAN's Design Mode, you can create the information layout you want.


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