EzyCal allows you to create personalized custom test patterns that incorporate industry standard grayscale and color bars.
These can be used when calibrating your screen display device (eg. CRT or LCD Monitor) or when determining the appropriate settings for editing photos/images in your photo editing software (such as Adobe Photoshop).
EzyCal is different because it allows you to use your own images to create test patterns that suit your purpose. EzyCal assumes that you have an objective for your chosen pictures. This means that the test patterns that you create are suited to the task that you need to calibrate your monitor for.
Although we call it Ezy "Cal", EzyCal can be used not only to calibrate your monitor, but to , and to assisting you to explore the powerful utilities built into your operating system that allow you to create, store, and change between ICC Profiles.
A lot of people feel overwhelmed by the complexities of color management utilities in their operating system, or are afraid of making a mess of their operating system configuration and thus avoid learning how to use ICC Profiles. But once you know how to create your own ICC Profiles, it becomes as simple as one click to change between saved profiles. These saved profiles can be created to meet your requirements and loaded when you need them. For example: improving the color on a DVD of an old movie that is badly over-staturated.
We hope that you will appreciate the practical nature of EzyCal. Rather than needing to read a User Manual of 1000 pages before you can do anything, the Workflows in Section 2 of the User Guide enable you to learn a little bit at a time by doing - each time achieving a real practical objective.
Remember: when using EzyCal, you are not just calibrating your display device because you think you ought to; you are producing Test Patterns and ICC Profiles that allow you to achieve your objectives!
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