SpectraCal, the inventors of CalMAN Display Calibration Software, is offering a national video calibration training tour across the U.S. The tour offerings at each stop include an eight-hour Professional Video Calibration Training Seminar.
Professional Calibration – The SpectraCal Professional Calibration Training Seminar (9am to 6pm with lunch provided) is designed to quickly bring attendees to a level of competence and confidence in calibrating all important performance aspects of current-generation video displays and projectors.
This course is appropriate for those not yet experienced in video calibration, as well as those professionals who want to refresh their skills on the latest video calibration technologies, tools, and calibration techniques.
The course covers everything from video basics to advanced calibration of display technologies, including LCD, plasma, DLP projector, video processors by Lumagen (Radiance series) and Anchor Bay DVDO (Duo), and video equalizers from AV Foundry (VEQ Pro) using CalMAN Pro 4.0 software, video generators from Quantum Data and AV Foundry, and Color Analyzers from X-Rite, and Klein.
Attendees will learn about the performance factors that determine the image quality of displays and projectors and become familiar with the calibration characteristics of different display technologies, along with a range of hardware and software that is available to assure productive and accurate display adjustments.
Attendees also will calibrate different display technologies, at a number of individual hands-on calibration practice stations.
Graduates of the professional course earn CEDIA CEU credits, are entitled to test out of the ISF Level One Course to gain entrance to ISF Level II at a discounted rate, and receive discount certificates for THX Video and ISF-Commercial courses.
The Professional Calibration Training Course is $399 and includes workbook, lunch, and discount certificates. Sign up now to be sure you get a seat. Professional courses are limited to 15 students in each.
Instructors are all ISF and/or THX certified and we hope to have several drop-in visitors along the route who will contribute to the program of instruction and assist with labs and demos.