karma-lab
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U2410 - any way to "copy" the sRGB setting to Custom and modify?

Hi,

The sRGB Preset looks closest to how I want it, but I want to add just a little more saturation. But it's not possible to modify the preset, and I cannot figure out how to set the custom mode (manually) to look like the sRG Preset - all my attempts so far have failed.

I wish there were some way to copy the sRGB Preset into the Custom preset, so I could then modify it - any way to do this, or any ideas?

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panzaman
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Re: U2410 - any way to "copy" the sRGB setting to Custom and modify?

Hi, if you use any version of Windows you can change the saturation in the nVidia Control Panel is called DigitalVibrance or if you got an ATI card there is a "Saturation" control sliderin the control panel.

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karma-lab
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Re: U2410 - any way to "copy" the sRGB setting to Custom and modify?

Thanks for the idea - I'll look into it. But I still would like to know if there is a way to do it in the monitor control panel. They have all these various color profiles, including custom....

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mat_ros
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Re: U2410 - any way to "copy" the sRGB setting to Custom and modify?

In theory it is possible...

"Users who switch to a display with an extended colour space (often advertised as "Wide Color Gamut") will often use the adjective "colourful" when they first switch on their new monitors. In fact, the colour space, which is larger than sRGB, does give rise to a visible over-saturation in the display of relevant source material. It is possible to find an elegant way round the problem in colour management software with a calibration by colorimeter and a consequent measuring of the monitor colour space in the course of the profiling. This transforms the RGB values so that colour-accurate work is possible if the source profile is stored correctly".

Look on http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/specials/color-space.html for full details.

I said in theory because the custom mode has serious problems (expecially with the Hue control), as you can see on http://en.community.dell.com/forums/p/19306327/19596636.aspx#19596636

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