YUV is a family of color spaces (YV12, YUY2, etc), that encode color information (chroma) separately from brightness information (luma). On many such games your custom resolution will be used if you set the refresh rate to a value other 60Hz (essentially overclocking or underclocking your monitor). Jason Tackaberry (Reporter) - Comment 3 • 8 years ago Created attachment 374942 [details] Example image (shown in screenshot #2) Jason Tackaberry (Reporter) - Comment 4 • 8 years ago This I know I suggested the drivers...but since the colors display correctly on the external display it is not as likely a driver thing...BUT, it could be so don't dismiss the driver
I hope I'm not breaking a rule by doing this: 5. I have no Xorg.conf. Blue/Yellow/Green are pretty ok. Perhaps if you showed them the pics? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/392532-33-what-wrong-colors-messed-screen-scaled
Blue streaks on printed pages... Can anyone who reads this please check the URL above, and confirm this ? However, since the problem doesn't occur with Firefox 3.0, so it's still possible this is a 3.5 bug. What does device manager show?
machine specs: windows 8.1 asus strix gtx970 LG 42LD 450N tv latest nvidia driver Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 05-14-2015, 09:59 AM #2 JimE Team Manager - Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again. darkspartenwarriorFeb 11, 2013, 11:20 PM For the scaling make sure after you do the overscan/underscan adjustment make sure to check the box below it that says, override original settings with user The background will appear darker (a grey level of ‘0’ rather than ‘16’) as well.
How AMD GPUs handle the HDMI signalThe initial problem – scaling (a simple fix) The first and probably most pressing issue you’ll face when connecting an AMD GPU to a You can see how the graphics driver categorises the resolution as that shared with a TV by opening the Nvidia Control Panel and navigating to ‘Display’ – ‘Change resolution’. Whether using a DVI to HDMI cable or changing the pixel format (below) you will need to ensure any ‘Black Level’ or ‘HDMI Range’ setting on the monitor, if such a Tip: the Profiles/Presets feature in ffdshow can be used to create different sets of settings.
The aim of this article is not to bog you down with all of the technical fripperies of these different ports and associated aspects. Select the "Color Correction" page. Joe Drew (not getting mail) - Updated • 8 years ago CC: jmuizelaar, joe Matthias Versen [:Matti] - Updated • 8 years ago Component: ImageLib → GFX: Color ManagementQA Contact: imagelib That last bugzilla link was also for a JPEG report.
What problems are you experiencing? http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/bought-new-graphics-card-colors-look-really-bad-994594.html If you have never done this make sure and read the manual first. Driversweeper So comparing the input on the DVI port and the HDMI port could be completely different using the same source (ie: computer). Whenever i open my laptop, screen goes black with horizontal white lines.
Dark Rock 3 GPU: ROG Strix GTX 1080 MOBO: MSI Z97 Gaming 5 RAM: 16GB Kingston HyperX Fury 1866 CASE: In Win 303 STORAGE: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB, Seagate 1TB SSHD PSU: Be Quiet! initzero - Comment 20 • 8 years ago AMD just released Catalyst 9.6 (8.620) and i cannot see this bug with the new driver anymore. Black appears an obvious dark grey (overall static contrast suffers – this is measureable) and the gamma curve is shifted such that many shades appear a lot lighter than they should. Rather it’s designed to give you some straightforward actionable advice which will allow you to optimise the HDMI colour signal for PC use.
aesmaFeb 12, 2013, 8:39 PM Also the colors might just seem more neonish to me just because my eyes are already used to seeing them there so I might actually just What you might want to try is update to the latest drives from the HP site using the link in my first post. Will a new graphic card fix the problem?. And unlike when connecting a monitor to an Nvidia GPU using HDMI, connecting an AMD GPU via HDMI is a lot less problematic when it comes to the colour signal.
I had an ati 6950 card previously and using the same Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-14-2015, 05:26 AM #1 xax_su Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2008 Location: In the context menu, select: Tools -> Options 3. Had it to remove all three drivers (ati, intel, nvidia).
After correcting the colour signal the first few blocks should blend in with the background better and offer more distinction between themselves and neighbouring shades. For example ffdshow can be used for resizing the video.Q:The video looks too bright when DXVA is usedA:Go the Catalyst Control Center of your ATI graphics card. the other – so it isn’t just the colorimeter being weird. I use to use a switch box and it did the same thing.
Replydrivershelp says: January 29, 2015 at 8:32 amIf you don't have the original Drivers disk you can search the manufacturers website. With the tweak applied, the driver will convert TV levels to PC levels for SD resolution video. I'm getting some strange screen flicker when I try to adjust the rbg full to limited and vice versa and the driver seems to always default to rgb full. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign
I tested other HP laptops and most of them have the same hard picture with wrong colors. I do agree that the default IQ settings on an AMD card are much better though. ReplyS Hawes says: May 27, 2016 at 8:06 amDell has abandoned it's earlier Vostro customers.