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    Calibrating Screen

    Hi,

    On PCars2 menu there´s an option to adjust screen but there´s no guide on how to do it - it just presents a "test" image.
    Can anyone point me out how to calibrate the tv on PCars2?

    Thanks all!

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    With the TV itself It's only a Test Picture nothing more...
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    Yes, i understand that ... but what do i need to achieve when looking at all those colors and bars? There´s no explanation ...

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    A sharp Picture with Vivid Color, which still shows Pure White and Pitch Black...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siberian Tiger View Post
    A sharp Picture with Vivid Color, which still shows Pure White and Pitch Black...
    Thanks ... that´s a starting point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesmoPT View Post
    Thanks ... that´s a starting point.
    His info is wrong.
    There is a method to using the test card.
    I can't remember but you use the brightness and contrast to effect the white and black squares.
    There is a smaller square in the middle of each square.
    There is a method to do a setup with it and it would be great if someone could advise us.
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