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Hello anyone

After i google it a lot, i couldn't find a solution. I want to modify the colors, they look washed out.

Like in Windows / Nvidia Control Panel, there is an option, called  Digital vibrance.

Is that possible somehow, under OS X ?

I did try to create a profile, from settings / display, calibrate, etc, but i don't really like it. Under Windows 7, the colors look really awesome.

Please help me, it must be a software / option / for that.

Thanks in advance



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No idea, guys ?



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Hello anyone<br />After i google it a lot, i couldn't find a solution. I want to modify the colors, they look washed out.<br />Like in Windows / Nvidia Control Panel, there is an option, called Digital vibrance.<br />Is that possible somehow, under OS X ?<br />I did try to create a profile, from settings / display, calibrate, etc, but i don't really like it. Under Windows 7, the colors look really awesome.<br />Please help me, it must be a software / option / for that.<br />Thanks in advance

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I think a good way to do this is to change the color profile.



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I did, but the colors aren't as good as under Windows.



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I don't understand. Such a great company like Nvidia / ATI / Apple, don't have this option, for an OS

Especially for OS X, where a lot of people are editing photos, videos.

Yes, i know, there are hardware calibrators, professional monitors, etc, but a software option like Digital vibrance would be great, also.



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Ok, i think i give up :)



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What about some color profiles, with more vivid / natural colors, for download ?

I have an idea, but i don't know if it's gonna work.
Under Windows 7 i want to create a profile, somehow, with all the Nvidia Control Panel settings, included Digital vibrance, like a color profile, and after that, i should try to convert this profile for OSX
What do you think, guys ?



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There must be a trick / way / option to do that

Linux is free, and there is this option included in the " nvidia-settings "

If i would buy Datacolor DC S3P100 Spyder 3 Pro, would that help, to get something like Digital Vibrance ?



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Linux is free, and there is this option included in the " nvidia-settings "

Could i " emulate " somehow, this options, under OS X ?







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