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jasonrandolph
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« on: December 12, 2008, 03:20:09 PM »
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I'm trying to reduce the brightness of my display, but the only time I've ever seen EyeOne Match ask which brightness level I want set was when I initially installed the software.  Every time I calibrate my monitor, it just sort of skips that step.  Does anyone have any exerience with this?  I know I could probably reinstall the software, but it seems like this functionality should be built into the software.  By the way, I'm using a Sony Vaio notebook with Vista 32-bit installed.  Thanks for any help you can provide!
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« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2008, 01:18:43 PM »
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I'm trying to reduce the brightness of my display, but the only time I've ever seen EyeOne Match ask which brightness level I want set was when I initially installed the software.  Every time I calibrate my monitor, it just sort of skips that step.  Does anyone have any exerience with this?  I know I could probably reinstall the software, but it seems like this functionality should be built into the software.  By the way, I'm using a Sony Vaio notebook with Vista 32-bit installed.  Thanks for any help you can provide!

Notebooks typically have a pair of keyboard keys to adjust the brightness of LCD display. Brightness values are usually in a range from 120-140 cd/m2. EyeOne Match uses data directly provided by Eye One Display colorimeter (or more expensive spectrophotometer) to adjust the brightness, contrast, and other parameters related to monitor calibration (gamma, white point).
For a nice tutorial, look here:  Northlight Images

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