How do I get the colors of my video correct on this cheap lcd display?
March 26, 2008 1:19 AM Subscribe
I have LCD displays I need to display video on, but they displays were made on the cheap and the colors display strangely. The screens have no brightness/contrast adjustment options. How do I determine the contrast ratio/gamma of these screens so that I can make adjustments to my video files?
posted by mule to computers & internet (4 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
The LCD screens only accept CF card input (JPG, MPG etc) so calibration software is not an option. I can save JPGs or flat R, G, B and greys onto a CF if needed.
An example of my problem is yellows look almost red and colored (red 14px) type on a white bg is illegible.
I have Spyder2Express
at me disposal and could possibly purchase a more useful gadget if it's not too expensive.
Once I have determined in which ways the LCDs are off my plan is to make the adjustments to the movie files in Apple Compressor, but I am open to other alternatives.
Yes, I HAVE TO use these LCD panels.