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ci11 27th November 2010 02:33 PM

Using a calibrated monitor for playback

My monitor is calibrated every 3 months using a Datacolor Spyder 3 to compensate for its natural aging. Without this calibration, images and videos have a distinct yellow cast.

While I view and edit an AVI using Virtualdub, the image appears normal and calibrated. When I playback the same file using BS Player, the playback appears to have bypassed/ignored the color calibration and appears yellow.

What have I not done correctly? Is there a setting in Preference that I can set to do this?


adicoto 27th November 2010 04:45 PM

BSPlayer uses overlay to display the images.
Open options -> preferences -> video ->rendering mode and swich to internal RGB mode. Should have the same image now.
You can also test other video rendering options, see which suits you better.

ci11 27th November 2010 07:08 PM

Dear adicoto,

Thank you very much for your quick reply - it worked exactly as you recommended! You are truly a Master and BS Player continues to amaze me with what it can do!

All the best,

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