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monitor calibration tool QuickGamma allows you to calibrate your monitor to match the Windows gamma value of 2.2, which is the de facto standard for Windows, web browsing and the digital photography. The program provides interactive calibration charts for black/gray settings as well as RGB gamma. You can use the charts to adjust the gamma settings of your display to match the conditions described in the documentation.The process of calibration your display is simple, however it requires good eyesight (especially for RGB gamma), you should look at the supplied Help file for detailed instructions. Once you have adjusted your gamma settings, you can set the program to load them automatically every time you start Windows. Other features include support for multiple monitors and automatic gamma resume after standby or hibernation. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Eberhard Werle Price Free
Version  history Last updated Feb 18, 2014
File Size 1.33 Mb Requirements None

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Got my gamma 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 21, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Even with the video card I have, getting the gamma settings just wasn't right. This little gem set my gamma just right. No matter what I did, the folders on this monitor were too bright around the edges, if I enhanced them, they would be too bright, too dim or too colorful. Again, this fixed that issue. NOTE: You have to have a good eye for this else it may not even look like you are changing anything. Open up a documents folder or something you can adjust by, you WILL see the difference. Definitely a 5. show Review details
At first glance 4 stars by FUME98 Mar 05, 2008 (Read all my 2 reviews)
.. this is a decent additional tool to tweak gamma beyond perhaps what many simpler vidcard applets do. Trial #1 was on a pesky hookup of an old Win98 box with an onboard card to a new LCD TV with VGA input - as is, Windows boots to a too-bright display and I have to (so far) manually reset the gamma on the 'color'tab of the vid applet to 50% for a reasonable look (minor pita to do every boot or reboot). QuickGamma helped a bit in this situation. The startup loader works well. Documentation in the Help is very good (will have to look into that Registry setting for the LUT, or ...). Vid-tweaking is a complex field with many interactive variables and this is only my 'first glance' at a well-thought-out app which could use some more eyes, setups and time to be appreciated. The startup loader in particular is a nice touch, as well as the charts. As always, YMMV (; show Review details
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