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pixel dimension ilusion
Posts: 1,204
Brussels, Brussels, Belgium


hi all have 1 for ya is it ok to calibrate with adobe gamma ? cause
my budget is kind of low so i can't buy no expensive hardware at the moment ,also want to know when i d&b my pc ventilator zoom verry hard
is like my pc gone explote is that normal ?,last, i like to do my color correction in 16 bit but then i put it back in 8 bit (cause my pc will
be so slow when i try to upload it on the web in 16 bit). does the
image loose quality when u change from bits thks in advance?
cuase my images has diferent color in firefox than opera
Mar 22 12 06:17 am  Link  Quote 
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Aleksandr Olkhovskiy
Posts: 164
Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk, Russia


reswelx123 wrote:
hi all have 1 for ya is it ok to calibrate with adobe gamma ? cause
my budget is kind of low so i can't buy no expensive hardware at the moment ,also want to know when i d&b my pc ventilator zoom verry hard
is like my pc gone explote is that normal ?,last, i like to do my color correction in 16 bit but then i put it back in 8 bit (cause my pc will
be so slow when i try to upload it on the web in 16 bit). does the
image loose quality when u change from bits thks in advance?

this is good place for this thread))
anyway you lose colors not quality.
on internet you use 8bit, its better to  color correct in 16bit then convert to 8, you lose less colors when editing etc.
unless your pc explode its ok.

Mar 22 12 07:31 am  Link  Quote 
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