01-05-2012 02:15 AM
Thanks for the card.
What is the correct way to use it?
Simply to display it and then to modify the colors using the NVIDIA control panel?
Is there a specific sequence which parameters should be modified first?
My aim would be to remove the yellow part especially from the red color.
01-05-2012 02:40 AM
An additional question.
Are the settings for the build in display and for the HDMI output saved separately?
If I setup my colors for the build in display, will it affect also the HDMI output (which right now has correct colors if I use my TV)?
01-05-2012 09:43 AM - edited 01-09-2012 04:56 AM
in additive reproduction there are only 3 colors... red (orange-red) + green = yellow + blue = white..
eg. to correct a yellow tint, just reduce red and green or add more blue!
Most important is to adjust only for pure white and a gray-scale without any tint, don't care about the 3 basic colors.
The best reference is the color of human skin, if the girls look naturally pretty, your adjustments are perfect!
full size Ladies test pattern: http://i39.tinypic.com/t8uf4g.jpg
for more details look here:
or just Google 'color test pattern'... you'll find a wealth of information!
Most GPU setups offer to save color profiles for multiple displays.
Hope this helps... Zehn