Monitor Warm Up


Maris V. Lidaka, Sr. <mlidaka@...>
 

Monitor calibration programs generally recommend 1 hour warm up before calibrating, but that may well not be practical in your workflow.

Maris

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From: "Brad McMullin" <mcmullin@...>
To: "ColorTheory" <colortheory@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 7:58 AM
Subject: [colortheory] Monitor Warm Up


| Hello,
| Need some suggestions. I came into work this morning I found that an image
| which I was working on last night is much darker than I remember. How long
| do I have to wait before the monitor is warmed up to the standard which I am
| use to working. I do most of my color correction by the numbers. But, the
| subjective stuff will be thrown off by this. I am using a Hitachi Super
| Scan 814 if it matters.
| Note: My guess is 30min. to an Hour.
|
| Thanks,
| Brad
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Andrew Rodney <andrew@...>
 

on 2/6/02 6:58 AM, Brad McMullin at mcmullin@... wrote:

Note: My guess is 30min. to an Hour.
Unless you have a Barco, that¹s correct. The Barco compensates for warm up
on the fly so you can start editing a second after it¹s on.

Andrew Rodney


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Brad McMullin <mcmullin@...>
 

Hello,
Need some suggestions. I came into work this morning I found that an image
which I was working on last night is much darker than I remember. How long
do I have to wait before the monitor is warmed up to the standard which I am
use to working. I do most of my color correction by the numbers. But, the
subjective stuff will be thrown off by this. I am using a Hitachi Super
Scan 814 if it matters.
Note: My guess is 30min. to an Hour.

Thanks,
Brad