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post #1 of 3 Old 05-02-2012, 08:25 AM - Thread Starter
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White Balance Questions,

For many Flat Screens there are W/B Red, Blue, Green, High and Low sliders for picture and video adjustment.

I can not find any explanation anywhere on how to properly use these adjustments sliders.

Can someone explain how to use these controls to produce better video and pictures.


Where is there a site that explains the Video Picture setting for large screen Plasmas, or LCD's?
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To properly use the white balance controls, you'd need a meter and software to read the grayscale from the screen and show which direction those controls need to go. Doing it by eye isn't recommended as you're just as likely to wind up setting them to be worse than better.

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