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Anonymous
June 10, 2004 12:35:49 PM

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Just wondering if, like nVidia's cards, the radeon series has any digital
vibrancy settings - to make colors..err.. more vibrant.
The reason I ask is I have an oldish 21" monitor whose default colors are a
little on the weak side.
I previously had a Gf4Ti4600 which was great for the time I had it and its
color vibrancy slider was excellent - really helped those colors along. So..
does ATI have a tool or such which does the same thing?
Thanks...

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June 10, 2004 12:35:50 PM

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In article <ca83ft$1gcj$1@otis.netspace.net.au>, "Blaedmon" <here@hell.com> wrote:
>Just wondering if, like nVidia's cards, the radeon series has any digital
>vibrancy settings - to make colors..err.. more vibrant.
>The reason I ask is I have an oldish 21" monitor whose default colors are a
>little on the weak side.
>I previously had a Gf4Ti4600 which was great for the time I had it and its
>color vibrancy slider was excellent - really helped those colors along. So..
>does ATI have a tool or such which does the same thing?
>Thanks...
>
>
Its called SATURATION on most cards, and yes they all do have this setting
Anonymous
June 10, 2004 12:35:51 PM

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I can't find any setting for this on ATI's control panel, there's a tab
called 'superposition' (note: my drivers are French) and there's a
slider for saturation, as well as for brightness, gamma, contrast,
teint, but all these sliders are greyed out.. Under the Color tab,
there are 3 sliders: brightness, contrast and Gamma, these one I can
adjust, but there's no saturation.

wcat


GMAN wrote:
> In article <ca83ft$1gcj$1@otis.netspace.net.au>, "Blaedmon" <here@hell.com> wrote:
>
>>Just wondering if, like nVidia's cards, the radeon series has any digital
>>vibrancy settings - to make colors..err.. more vibrant.
>>The reason I ask is I have an oldish 21" monitor whose default colors are a
>>little on the weak side.
>>I previously had a Gf4Ti4600 which was great for the time I had it and its
>>color vibrancy slider was excellent - really helped those colors along. So..
>>does ATI have a tool or such which does the same thing?
>>Thanks...
>>
>>
>
> Its called SATURATION on most cards, and yes they all do have this setting
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June 10, 2004 7:05:03 PM

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On Thu, 10 Jun 2004 01:42:46 GMT, Wildcat <wildcat@killspam.com>
wrote:

>I can't find any setting for this on ATI's control panel, there's a tab
>called 'superposition' (note: my drivers are French) and there's a
>slider for saturation, as well as for brightness, gamma, contrast,
>teint, but all these sliders are greyed out.. Under the Color tab,
>there are 3 sliders: brightness, contrast and Gamma, these one I can
>adjust, but there's no saturation.
>
>wcat
>

No, there isn't any setting that will match Nvidia's Digital Viberance
feature unfortunately. It's the one thing I miss the most from
switching to ATI. I found the closest fix is to download a free
program called 3Deep found at http://majorgeeks.com/download3410.html
It's supposed to be shareware but I seem to continue to use it after
the 30 days without any problem.

Pluvious


>
>GMAN wrote:
>> In article <ca83ft$1gcj$1@otis.netspace.net.au>, "Blaedmon" <here@hell.com> wrote:
>>
>>>Just wondering if, like nVidia's cards, the radeon series has any digital
>>>vibrancy settings - to make colors..err.. more vibrant.
>>>The reason I ask is I have an oldish 21" monitor whose default colors are a
>>>little on the weak side.
>>>I previously had a Gf4Ti4600 which was great for the time I had it and its
>>>color vibrancy slider was excellent - really helped those colors along. So..
>>>does ATI have a tool or such which does the same thing?
>>>Thanks...
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Its called SATURATION on most cards, and yes they all do have this setting
Anonymous
June 10, 2004 7:05:04 PM

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On Thu, 10 Jun 2004 15:05:03 GMT, Pluvious <Pluvious@knowhere.com>
wrote:

> I found the closest fix is to download a free
>program called 3Deep found at http://majorgeeks.com/download3410.html
>It's supposed to be shareware but I seem to continue to use it after
>the 30 days without any problem.
>
>Pluvious

3Deep comes bundled for free with most video cards. I'm pretty sure my
9800pro came with a copy. What's better than 3Deep though is
"Colorific" which is made by the same company but it is expensive and
the only time I ever got it bundled for free was when I bought a
Creative Geforce2 card. It's a good prog to have though.
!