Currently Being ModeratedFeb 20, 2012 9:27 AM (in response to henrykim)
I had the exact same problem. It was that I was running a dual monitor setup with a MBP 15 pouces. Color didn't want to work with split monitors. It works in clone mode tought, but only if you run the external monitor at the same resolution as the laptop screen.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2012 12:20 AM (in response to henrykim)
I know it has been a while since your post but I thought I would reply with my fix anyways to help others like me. After scowering the web for a fix to this exact problem, I have found that the solution is simple.
Color (and all Final Cut for that matter) HATES ICC profile version 4 and only works with version 2. I assume you are running a version 4 profile so just revert to any older version 2, such as the ones from apple or recalibrate under version 2 specs, then restart Color.
I am using a late 2009 imac 27" dual monitor setup. Never had an issue with Color until I updated to Mountain Lion and got a flickering strobe affect. Then upgraded to Color 1.5.3 and that fixed the strobing.
Then I calibrated using an Xrite Eye One Display and i1Profiler Lion edition today under ICC ver 4 and all **** broke loose!
Spread the word and stay away from ICC version 4 if you use Color!
Currently Being ModeratedSep 19, 2012 7:21 PM (in response to WesLA)
Actually, stay away from ANY calibration on the computer monitors. Color is designed to work with AJA Kona and Blackmagic Decklink cards feeding an calibrated reference monitor (think Flanders Scientific) to see how your image appears.
ICC profiles have nothing to do with video. They are print thingamabobs.