The new SpectraView Profiler software come out a few days ago.
This software is based on the basICColor Display 5.0.1 software and comes with new interesting features.
The software has a new, very user-friendly interface with some standard presets (honestly I never used them, but I think that they can come handy for some users).
I am testing the new software on different configurations. I am using a dual SpectraView 301 configuration to make some tests at the moment.
My usual workspace is a SpectraView 271 and a Cintiq 24HD (not shown).
As usual I am working with the basICColor Discus.
The validation from the SpectraView 301 is very good.Not a surprise, I personally think that basICColor Display used in combination with Discus colorimeter is the best solution for monitor calibration and profiling nowadays.
More importantly the monitors performed very well with some test images that I always use to test new software and hardware for color management. Gradients are uniform and difference between small luminance value are clearly noticeable. Good.
A feature that I like of this new release is the Color space simulation.
If you own the software and a monitor with hardware-calibration capable LUTs you can now use them to emulate another device (printer or monitor). I am testing this feature to emulate printer profiles and monitor profiler (sRGB for web output, for example).
It seems to work nicely, better than other soft-proof that I have tried in the past. For my personal needs I always prefer to make an “hard-test” printing a small detail of the final print if I need good color-accuracy, but I think that this function can help.