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Calibrate your Screen!

Calibrate your Screen!I have tried to write a small tutorial on calibrating your screen for outputting a more accurate image. This allows you to view games and longplays as intended and more importantly to those recording games, to capture an accurate image. I have tried to write a small tutorial on calibrating your screen for outputting a more accurate image. This allows you to view games and longplays as intended and more importantly to those recording games, to capture an accurate image. While the solution here is far from perfect, I hope it can provide more pleasing results.

You can find the tutorial in the Support forums on the below link

[url=http://www.longplays.org/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=3904]Monitor Calibration Tutorial[/url]
MadMatty October 27 2014 32,087 1 comment Print

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  • S_SoulReaver
    S_SoulReaver
    Just what I was looking for. Anyway, if I'm not sure if my monitor is calibrated correctly, I try looking at the game and at the video after it got reprocessed by Megui. The High dinamic rendering effect disapear, so I'm trying to tweak the video with a contrast set to 1.1, then, to compensate the new brigthness in unwanted spots, reduced the brigthness to -3, -2 or so, just looking for it at the moment.
    - June 08 2015 19:59:33