REVIEW: Acer B223W Part 8
The picture above shows the "calibration"
The last sub-option, denoted "Colour Calibration", should allow the user to calibrate the LCD monitor manually. Here, the LUT of the graphics card is bent accordingly. Numerous test images are displayed with various grey tones.
In terms of the result, however, this process can never replace calibration via colorimeter, where the important profiling is used which describes the screen colorimetrically and colour management serves for the correct calculation of the RGB values.
We will still check the result of this calibration in the course of the measurements. The correction of the graphics card LUT must be activated additionally after calibration has been carried out.
This option takes the user to numerous settings which control the behaviour of the program. Thus, the settings selected can be saved here or the user can search for a new version of the program on the Internet.
In addition, it is also possible to change the signal input here. Behind the Assistant is an option to call up the settings for brightness, contrast and colour temperature. Colour calibration must always be carried out separately.
Here, the user can call up the user guide and view information on the software version and the monitor connected.
The last menu option offers the various pivot functions, but these are also directly accessible in the Context menu. The settings saved in eDisplayManagement can also be called up within the Context menu.
Selection of screen set-up
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