Originally Posted by Tator Tot
It's probably someone talking out of their rear.
Your windows profile should over-ride everything else unless you setup NCP or CCC to override Windows.
Okay. Yeah, that bit was throwing me off. It seemed overly complicated to have several different color profiles in different applications...
So, what I have gathered is that Windows is basically the end line for color correction via profiles. If so, then what do the graphics card color settings do? Are they entirely separate?
To all of you guys that have the U2410 (I just ordered mine!), do you guys just use "standard" mode on the monitor and then do all color correction via ICC profile in Windows? And with that, all colors that are "fed" to the graphics card come out correctly; i.e., not distorted do to the wide gamut of the monitor when the source is sRGB?
Whew. Sorry for all of the questions. Just trying to understand this once and for all!Edited by Arrec Barrwin - 2/22/11 at 7:41am