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Im having major issues trying to calibrate my monitors.
I cant tell what my render actually looks like because it looks fine at home, too contrasted at work and then somewhere inbetween on another screen.
Is there a surefire way of ensuring it looks right? Can anyone recommend any methods? Ive tried the built in windows calibration but it still ends up different on 6 monitors ive tried all of which are calibrated to the windows monitor calibration wizard.
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i personally use my ipad to gauge things
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9/14/2015 2:28:32 PM (last edit: 9/14/2015 2:28:32 PM)
So something that cant be adjusted would work well? do you think a hdtv set to factory defaults would be good enough to gauge the colours etc?
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Strat at work:
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looking pretty spry!
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