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Monitor Calibrator

definitely colormunki display.

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I learning digital painting. But, Colors is different in mu two monitors, and i am not sure which monitor is more accurate. 

Blue color on Gaomon is almost purple on AOC.

So, i think about buying a calibration to fix this. 

Can someone help me with advice, do i need this or not?

My monitor is AOC 2481W and graphic tablet is Gaomon PD1560.

 

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7 hours ago, stefs said:

I learning digital painting. But, Colors is different in mu two monitors, and i am not sure which monitor is more accurate. 

Blue color on Gaomon is almost purple on AOC.

So, i think about buying a calibration to fix this. 

Can someone help me with advice, do i need this or not?

My monitor is AOC 2481W and graphic tablet is Gaomon PD1560.

 

I would recommend calibrating ANY display on which you intend to do color essential work.

It is important that any end product you export retains the look you originally envisioned for it once it's been published.

No point in spending hours working on the *perfect* set of contrasting tones and mood, only to find that it looks entirely different when viewed on another display.

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The i1 display pro will take faster readings, and has better software compatibility for software like Calman and other commercial software, but they are otherwise physically the same, and a Colormunki Display will be just as accurate as an i1 Display Pro. The Colormunki Display will still work fine with free software like ColorHCFR or DisplayCal. 

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