An overview of the User Interface elements and controls in CalMAN
An overview of the CalMAN Control Menu in the upper-left of CalMAN
An Overview of the Action Buttons in the bottom-right of CalMAN
An overview of common options in the CalMAN Meter Settings Menu
Almost all CalMAN workflows include one or more RGB Balance charts. These charts are typically used to plot and compare the different amounts of red, green, and blue light produced by a display at different signal drive levels. Because there are options on what information CalMAN can include in each chart, occasionally there is confusion when comparing different RGB Balance charts plotted from the same display.
3D LUT Visualization Tool
An overview of the types of 3D LUT's CalMAN can generate
An overview of the CalMAN Source Settings Menu, where you can change various settings for your Test Pattern Generator
An introduction to the Basic Workflow Options panel in CalMAN.
An introduction to the Advanced Workflow Options panel in CalMAN.
An introduction to the Application Preferences panel in CalMAN.
DeltaE is a measure of the difference between two colors. The E stands for the German word Empfindung which translates to sensation, or impression. With one color as a reference, DeltaE is a measure of the error of that color from that reference.
CalMAN Ultimate is capable of exporting various elements of measured data in CSV or Excel format
CalMAN Ultimate, Video Pro, Studio, and Home Enthusiast users have access to the CalMAN Home workflows. In most cases these are simplified, and more automated, versions of the version included in the Professional versions of CalMAN.