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Discussion in 'Displays' started by john smithson, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. john smithson

    john smithson Stunt Coordinator

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    Ive been playing around with the colors for quite a few months,and in my opinion you have too get enough sunlight too condition your eyes in order too make good adjustments.

    tvs look more blue at night.ive had too tone down the blues at night.most tv is watches at night.i guess the different lights you use in tv room at night may change things as far as adjustments go.

    the best way is too make sure you get enough light for a few days,and then make your adjustments at night in a dark room...

    i do my adjustments without the dvd.
     
  2. ChrisWiggles

    ChrisWiggles Producer

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    In my opinion, the best way is to use a colorimeter.

    Or correct gray card, with a correct D65K light source to match grayscale.
     
  3. john smithson

    john smithson Stunt Coordinator

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    but your eyes still have too be seeing correctly doing it that way too.
     

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