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NEC Multisync presets.
I am slightly confused regarding the presets on my, fairly new, NEC Multisync PA241W.
I initially worked with it in sRGB, but discovered that the colour gamut was greater in Adobe 1998. So I started using the Adobe 1998 preset. Then I looked at some stuff I had posted online with sRGB and it looked far too red.
I could do with a simple bit of advice regarding the best setup for general retouching work.
I know it's tempting to reply "RTFM". But if someone could just tell me simply what mode/preset to use i would appreciate it.
Re: NEC Multisync presets.
It looked off because your web browser wasn’t color managed I suspect. And yes RTFM, you want to calibrate the display with an instrument set to produce a match to a print next to the display (not necessarily sRGB or Adobe RGB (1998)). See:http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...too_dark.shtml
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