Color Measurement Essentials

Price $199.00

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Available 24/7 – learn at your own pace!

Total video run time: Approximately 1 hour

Language: Currently English only, but other languages are coming soon.

You already have the hardware… why not maximize it? Applicable to nearly every industry and business, this thirteen module online course teaches the basics of color and appearance and how to achieve instrumental quality control in your environment.

Topics include:

  • Color & Appearance review to ensure you have a solid understanding of color quality.
  • Calibrating and configuring your instrument for color space, illuminant and observer.
  • Measuring standards and samples, deciphering these measurements, and toggling between parameters.
  • Testing an instrument’s repeatability and averaging multiple measurements.
  • Using the Compare mode to let the instrument calculate the Delta L, Delta A, Delta B, Delta E numbers for you, setting a tolerance within your device, and grouping standards together to automatically apply color metrics and calculate color differences.
  • Using the Strength and Opacity functions to adjust and create recipes for new batches of inks or dyes.

Recommended Prerequisite: To get the most out of this course, you should have a solid understanding of color quality metrics and what these numbers mean. If you have not attended X-Rite’s Fundamentals of Color and Appearance seminar, we recommend you first complete the “Color Theory: Understanding The Numbers of Color” eLearning course.

This online course was created by our training development, writing and multimedia staff with the important contribution of our team of X-Rite Color Experts; those who also provide regional and classroom training. These instructors are drawn from a wide variety of industries where color is critical: printing, TV and video, design, pre-press, textiles, paints, plastics, etc.

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