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Cintiq Pro 16

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Stoofnie
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Cintiq Pro 16

Postby Stoofnie » Fri 1. May 2020, 19:54

I've had this display for a year or so, and I cannot remember a time that I have been happy with the calibration. I have often just overcompensated but I'm at the point that I need to do more precise work and it's not cutting it.
I find myself grabbing my ipad for any drawing I need to do because I cannot get good results with the 16pro- crazy at the price.

So can I get some advice? basic calibration never lines up, the pen never seems to click where I try to on the crosses, then on top of that I have the drifting issue towards the edge of the screens. I've seen the issue in other post solved by "over compensating when you calibrate" but this is hard to do when I can't seem to get the pen taps to line up with the crosses at the best of times. I spend so much time trying to get a good result.

I think the resolution is correct and the drivers are up to date.

So what else can try?

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Re: Cintiq Pro 16

Postby wacom5 » Tue 5. May 2020, 11:41

The only advice I can give you is to make sure you calibrate the display always looking from the same perspective and this should be the perspective you use the most when drawing. I you need to do some really precise work, I would recommend you give a try to precision mode as well.
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