And was wondering if it's a good way to do it? haven't really heard anybody talk about doing this. I used the Avia color filters, so i didn't have to eyeball it. Stick the color i'm calibrating to the screen, say red see how far off it is from where the line is white and adjust so it "meets up". Then i do that with the other filters, then last i take all three color filters, tape them together and make sure all the colors line up and meet. Is that a shoddy way of doing it tho? was alot easier then trying to do it by eye!
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7/10/07 at 3:17pm