On 1/26/2024 8:47 AM, Mike Bloor wrote:
Perhaps someone can help on this. I have two 24 inch LCD screens mounted side by side. I am calibrating them using a
Datacolor Spyder X Pro. I obviously want to have the two screens match as closely as possible.
When I perform the calibration, the Spyder software insists on different brightness settings for the two screens – it
wants one to be 20 cd/m2 brighter than the other. I can’t find where or how to override this and have both at the same
setting. Any ideas? At the moment there is a clear difference when the same image is shown on both screens.
Absent any knowledge of how this works, I imagine the settings are stored somewhere, to be accessed when the computer
boots. Might that file be editable?
With only one screen and a different calibration thingie, this is above my pay
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