help understanding monitor calibration
Well I would say using a hardware calibrator will probably give better results then eye balling it but since I just want the eye ball calibration since I am only doing this for my personal use I would still like to know what the proper way to calibrating a monitor is. There is a lot of detailed writeups on it but its too confusing. Please read my first post to answer my question.
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