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question about display setting on a lcd tv and ut3 and win7 64 lol
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I have recently bought a lcd tv samsung 32", and I have put my pc on it.
I have also install win 7 x64.

the result is awesome, but I have found something weird,

first, all my maps look more dark than before (probably due to the tv settings)

2, when I take a shot from ut3, if I open it on a soft like photoshop, it looks to what I have on ut3, but if I open it with the viewver of win7, it look very more dark, any idea why?

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My guest is you have to adjust your video drivers for your TV set.

Also, most TV's have options for video rendering mode (game, movies, etc) since brightness / contrast differ in each mode.

& more, you plug your TV with HDMI, DisplayPort or Component cable ? The result will vary depending on your connexion.

Note that all TV's aren't 100% properly calibrated & you need the proper tool to calibrate it.

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stevelois wrote:
My guest is you have to adjust your video drivers for your TV set.


Also, most TV's have options for video rendering mode (game, movies, etc) since brightness / contrast differ in each mode.

Yes I have those settings options.


& more, you plug your TV with HDMI, DisplayPort or Component cable ? The result will vary depending on your connexion.

I use the D-Sub port (named also pc port) to plug pc on tv (same wire as a pc screen).


Note that all TV's aren't 100% properly calibrated & you need the proper tool to calibrate it.

So I will try to calibrate the graphic card with my tv


Anyway, it's strange to obtain different brigtness between win7 viewer & photoshop confuse

 



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