Alternatively, you can find a forum about your specific monitor and plug in the agreed upon optimal settings from people that actually used calibration equipment to obtain a professional-level result. While it's true that you have to calibrate to your specific room/lighting, those values are almost certainly going to be closer to accuracy than the stock settings. --- My movie and gaming room: http://imgur.com/a/IjWr1 My pets: http://imgur.com/a/P9VGU
#14_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 8/26/2013 11:06:58 PM
I think there is a calibration tool in windows 7 and windows 8.
Not sure how good it works though. --- I5 760 | GTX 560 Ti | FILCO Majestouch 2 tenkeyless | Zowie FK | Asus Xonar DGX | Sennheiser HD 518 | Samsung S24A350H
#15rareware101Posted 8/26/2013 11:11:04 PM
Two things though, you'll still never know what should correct without spending a ton on a proper calibrator and it's only really important to people who work in graphic design to have absolute colours. --- The Jeff Minter Llama360 Hardware Achievement - Unlocked after completing the Visualiser