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I like the 'Normal' color temp on Vizio, but wish it was a touch less warm

My Vizio P55 has three settings: Cool, Computer, and Normal. Cool is way too blue. I had been using Computer, but felt skin tones were too pink, and it was a touch too blue overall. Normal, which seems like Vizio's form of Warm, feels like the most accurate but I wish there was a middle ground between it and Computer.

What are the settings in the color tuner that I can tone it down a little? I'm given Hue, Brightness, Saturation, Gain and Offset for RGB, and then Hue Brightness and Saturation for Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. I imagine I want to consult a SMPTE chart for this.
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My Vizio P55 has three settings: Cool, Computer, and Normal. Cool is way too blue. I had been using Computer, but felt skin tones were too pink, and it was a touch too blue overall. Normal, which seems like Vizio's form of Warm, feels like the most accurate but I wish there was a middle ground between it and Computer.

What are the settings in the color tuner that I can tone it down a little? I'm given Hue, Brightness, Saturation, Gain and Offset for RGB, and then Hue Brightness and Saturation for Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. I imagine I want to consult a SMPTE chart for this.
Hi, do you have any calibration software or color instrument?

You will need them fro adjusting RGB balance/Gamma (RGB Gain/Offset) and the Color Gamut (Hue/Saturation/Brightness).

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