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need help with monitor calibration (using eyeone display 2)

 
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Nov 02, 2011 11:05 |  #1

i purchased the eyeone display 2 and I tried calibrating my asus ve246h and couldn't get the RGB centered...

- since i'm missing the amibient light measurement tool (small plastic cover thing), is it better to turn off the lights in my room when I do the calibration?

- also, I tried doing the "easy mode" and ended up with an almost all pinkish/reddish monitor....

- help!!!




  
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Nov 03, 2011 07:56 |  #2

Try "Native" for whitepoint target, and only adjust the brightness on the monitor.

Room lights on or off during calibration shouldn't matter.
http://www.northlight-images.co.uk …es/eye_one_disp​lay_2.html (external link)


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Nov 03, 2011 09:52 |  #3

Thanks!

last night, I also switched the monitors (btw, I have the dell st2410 and the asus ve246h attached to my laptop)...

I had the dell connected via vga and the asus via hdmi.... when i switched the connection last night, the colors of the asus improved and got a little closer (color wise) from a photo that i printed.

could it be that asus doesn't play well with the hdmi connection?




  
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Nov 03, 2011 10:21 |  #4

No idea, but you cannot have multiple monitors both correctly calibrated on one laptop AFAIK…


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Nov 03, 2011 10:37 |  #5

good to know.... thanks...

I guess I'll just sell the Asus and keep the dell....

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