Keeping pace with the rapid rollout of High Dynamic Range displays and the even more rapid evolution of HDR technologies, SpectraCal has provided the first comprehensive solution for ensuring image accuracy in HDR.
But HDR changes all the rules for calibrating, including the formulas governing the transition from dark to light, as well as the definition of the color palette itself. And, to complicate matters, there isn’t a single HDR standard, but multiple competing platforms.
SpectraCal’s CalMAN is the globally-recognized display calibration software used by studios, Pro AV, broadcasters, home theatres, etc. CalMAN is also commonly used by test centers, analysts, and video installers throughout the world.
The launch of CalMAN, Version 5.7 now includes support for HDR devices and is being announced at ShowStoppers, and demonstrated at SpectraCal’s booth SL14816, South Hall at NAB. CalMAN 5.7 calibrates all flavors of HDR and all shipping HDR systems.
This latest generation of CalMAN family of products provides professional color calibration for the latest advanced technologies, as well as legacy installed-base displays.
Portrait Displays, the premier provider of customized display software to computer and display manufacturers throughout the world, has just acquired SpectraCal, in order to prove end-to-end control of picture quality, from the point of manufacture, through production, post-production, broadcast or streaming distribution to the point of final content viewing. The combined companies offer the most advanced solutions to anyone seeking to manage the accuracy of their displays.