Does anyone know a way to get Eye-One Match to recognize some of these larger targets? I've tried all the obvious places for dropping the files in, but Match doesn't show them in the target selector drop-down box.
If someone works this out I'd certainly be interested, though from Andrew's test it may not matter.
While a fun exercise and useful to test this new unit, even with synthetic images, I could barley see any differences in the output.
Interesting. Hmm...I wonder if this is a function of the printer you were using. I suspect the higher end Epson's (I assume that's what you were testing on) are more linear given they are calibrated in the factory. I currently use a consumer level Epson (dye based ink), looking at upgrading but want to see what the new Canons will be like. I'd hazard a guess that the consumer level printers are quite a bit less linear.
If someone knows how to get Match to work with different targets per above I'll give it a test on my printer and see if there's any difference.