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    Datacolor's software isn't the best, but luckily it's easy to use your Spyder5 calibrator with the open-source DisplayCAL software instead. Here's how.
    The Spyder5 range of display calibrators are great little tools for fine-tuning monitors for a better visual experience, but the accompanying software from Datacolor isn't the best option out there. Luckily, a fine community of developers continues to work on an open-source calibration suite called DisplayCAL (powered by ArgyllCMS), and it works with the Spyder5 range of calibrators. Here I run you through how to remove the Datacolor software and driver, install DisplayCAL and the necessary files and then get started.


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    03-14-2018 06:10 AM

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