On 01/03/2010 05:13 PM, Pascal de Bruijn wrote:
On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 11:02 PM, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 01/03/2010 09:11 AM, Mike Peters wrote: During calibration, you are expected to adjust the monitor controls if possible. I use a menu, which is displayed in the center of the screen. I use "-P 0.0,0.5,1.5" to display the target on the left side of the screen, centered top to bottom, 1.5 times the normal size; in version 1.04, use lower case p. I use -v for a verbose listing. [andy@pitonyak bin]$ ./dispcal -v -yl -P 0,0.5,1.5 -o T240HD_F12_20100103I'd highly recommend against this, since lighting is not even throughout the screen. I'd always put the colorimeter in the center. Thus far all LCDs I've seen have an option to change the OSD position, where you can move it to the left or right. The only thing you need to interactively adjust on a LCD is the brightness anyways. Regards, Pascal de Bruijn
Thanks for the advice. I will move it back and run the items again.My very limited testing shows roughly the same values, but that was limited to the general testing, not related to running multiple color patches.
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