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I have been searching all day for some online calibration tools to no avail. Mainly I'm having problems with my RGB levels. I think I have contrast/brightness set to where I want it but a better tool for that would be nice too. I will be going out tomorrow looking for DVD essentials but I would like to avoid buying anything if possible.

Anyone have resources they would like to pass on?
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See if this helps: http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/view...1608&sliceId=1
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I think the only way to get that is with Photoshop. I was thinking more along the lines of a web applet or diagram with the proper scenarios.
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The problem with any online calibration 'solution' is that it is very subjective and you won't necessairly get the best calibration out of it. I have found that the Spyder2 Pro (about $75USD) does a really good job for a basic model.
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Originally Posted by Enyalius View Post
The problem with any online calibration 'solution' is that it is very subjective and you won't necessairly get the best calibration out of it. I have found that the Spyder2 Pro (about $75USD) does a really good job for a basic model.
It might be worth it to invest in something like this. I'm going to have to do some more research in how it works!
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I have found that it is. My BluRay and everything looks much better after having used the Spyder.
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