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Helligkeit und Kontrast, Unterschied zwischen Monitor und TV....

Brightness and contrast difference between monitor and TV ....



Frage von crazy-spy:
August 2006

Hi Folks,

have once again nen vexatious little problems ... need your help!

I made a video and burn it to DVD, regular DVD format halt ... And on my other monitors, the picture is exactly how it should look like, based on the contrast and brightness. But unfortunately, sees the picture on the TV screen from totally überhellt, both on my .... as synonymous with other, on which I have tested it I adjusted my monitor separately (see 2 threads hereunder), so as best I could ... But on the TV is the result so overexposed that it simply does not know much, eg Trasparente levels etc ... how can I be sure that the result later right? There he purchased a DVD on the TV and on my calculator equally well again, not with this problem ... Therefore, it surprises me that my color become so focused on the TV is so different ....

Who knows what it is?

Thank you very much,

VLG Basti

Edit: I tested the SAME DVD once again just now in my player and at one time the result was not too bad ... I then played around a bit with brightness and contrast and create a new DVD ... Conclusion: On my player and on my PC, I have a very good result ... I'm surprised just stop it eg on the other TV is so over-exposed ... what is this? White as a person know?



Antwort von crazy-spy:

Nobody knows what? It's just a really serious problem, whose solution with damned important is ... please!

VLG
Basti



Antwort von THEFIX:

I would have a different approach: the Television s.den TV-out
the graphics card and use it to preview.








Antwort von THEFIX:

Hello,

yes, that would ansich, BUT:

I have a DVD created with the result that I see on the PC ... Monitor was calibrated extra time, etc. .. well, at least shows my TV / DVD player, the result of (roughly) to the way I want it, minimal light, but what TV is already over, the result therefore quite manageable ... but not on all DVD TV Combos radioed the way it is ... I shall have only to make sure that the DVD at the person who gets it, goes the way I want it ... how can I be sure?

VLG
Basti



Antwort von oliver II:

"Anonymous" wrote:
... I shall have only to make sure that the DVD at the person who gets it, goes the way I want it ... how can I be sure?


You can not even test for your results with this person? That is my opinion the only way to be sure that it works there.



Antwort von crazy-spy:

"oliver II wrote:
"Anonymous" wrote:
... I shall have only to make sure that the DVD at the person who gets it, goes the way I want it ... how can I be sure?


You can not even test for your results with this person? That is my opinion the only way to be sure that it works there.


Hello,

well I can just nich: (
It is nen video competition ... ;)

have no idea what they have there for the Equipment ... how to do that because s.besten?

VLG



Antwort von steveb:

Brightness and contrast ratios are very different in TV and PC monitors. I would recommend you use the PC display as a reference. TVs are usually set to always contrast empire. Agency, a Television on Werlkseinstellungen And you know what I mean.




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