Originally Posted by Infrabasse
You can only apply color profiles in extended or mirror mode, Last I checked Eyefinity doesn't support profiles.
What? Am I missing something?
Catalyst Control Center allows you to alter the color options for individual monitors. You would just need an artistic eye to be able to do it manually for Eyefinity, which is where the Spyder comes in. It should be able to tell you the variations you need to make, and you could use the actual color options in the monitor firmware to do it by replicating the results that the Spyder gives you.
Mind you, I've never used a Spyder before, so I don't know exactly how it goes about displaying the information for calibrating colors, or whether it would give you the appropriate information you would need to replicate the results in the monitor options themselves.
For example, if the Spyder tells you that one monitor has way too much blue, then you can set it up with Eyefinity and use the buttons on monitor itself to alter the custom color scheme to mimic the results that the Spyder gives you.Edited by TwistyTravster - 5/29/13 at 11:30am