12/30/11
3:11 pm

Forum Question: How Can I Make Good Use Of the Color Sync Utility?

I’m by no means a power graphics/video user on the Mac, but I do like to print color photos on a Canon inkjet printer, use Aperture, Photoshop Elements and other editing software for photos taken with a Nikon DSLR, and watch movies on a an Apple Cinema Display or a Panasonic HD TV via an HDMI connection. I strongly suspect I should be familiar with the Color Sync Utility. I guess this is more a plea for one of your 5-minute tutorials than a specific question. Maybe you can point out a good relevant online resource to learn about this. Also, do the color settings in the System Preferences/Display duplicate the Color Sync Utility’s settings? Thanks.
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John

Comments: 3 Responses to “How Can I Make Good Use Of the Color Sync Utility?”

    12/30/11 @ 5:23 pm

    The reason I have never done a video on this is because it is well outside of my area of expertise. I don’t do desktop publishing or print work of any kind, so I’ve never had the need for these.
    Perhaps someone else can chime in?

    John Russell
    12/31/11 @ 4:06 pm

    Thanks, Ed. That article looks to be helpful.

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