Adjustment Types of Color Calibration
Color calibration has two adjustment types, Common calibration and Unique calibration, with one of these selected
when color calibration is executed.
The selected adjustment type is determined from the media type that color calibration is executed on.
Common calibration is a feature that allows you to use multiple media types easily in a short time because it is not
necessary to execute color calibration on each media type.
If color calibration is executed on paper categorized as Common calibration, dedicated calibration adjustment val-
ues are set on the media type that Common calibration was executed on.
Furthermore, calibration adjustment values are set on all print qualities for all media types where color calibration
has not been executed.
The calibration adjustment values are not overwritten for media types where color calibration has been executed once
and dedicated calibration adjustment values have been set.
Paper that can be used in Color Calibration