[svlug] Monitor calibration, photo processing

John Conover conover at rahul.net
Mon Apr 7 14:39:04 PDT 2008


Larry Colen writes:
> On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 12:33:05PM -0700, Florin Andrei wrote:
> # Larry Colen wrote:
> # > I finally got a few minutes to try to calibrate the gamma on my
> # > monitors. I found a program called Monica that seems to do what I
> # > need, via some links John Conover sent (thanks John). 
> # > 
> # > The page for monica is at:
> # > http://www.pcbypaul.com/software/monica.html
> # 
> # Assuming I use it to calibrate the monitor, how would the results 
> # compare with what I obtain by using the gamma correction wizard provided 
> # with the NVidia drivers on Windows? (Display Optimization Wizard / 
> # Optimize Gamma / drag the RGB sliders)
> # It seems like Monica and the NVidia wizard work almost exactly the same.
> 
> I haven't tried booting into Windows to use the NVidia wizard, but I
> expect that it'll get you some gamma value (like .61) that you would
> feed to xgamma in some sort of startup script.
> 
> On my Fedora box, there isn't a .xinitrc to put the call
> xgamma .61
> in. 
> 

Hi Larry. Maybe and ~/.xsession?

   John

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