>In the field of video imaging—television, for example—the current standard under Japanese broadcasting standards [for the color temperature of your monitor] is 9300 K. This is significantly above the 6500 K standard for PC environments.
You now realize that unless you have set your monitor to "Cold", "Blue" or "9300K", you are watching anime incorrectly and not as intended. The colors of hair, skin, eyes and so on will all be false.
Thank me later, /a/.
>You now realize that unless you have set your monitor to "Cold", "Blue" or "9300K", you are watching anime incorrectly and not as intended. The colors of hair, skin, eyes and so on will all be false.
I think I'll live.
Or you could just take a picture of your screen.
No matter what, the other person isn't really going to be seeing what you're seeing. Monitors are different.
I always use 9300, the others look like shit
I miss the madVR threads /a/ used to have
literally unusable because of the system requirements to produce an improvement in image quality that is actually noticeable.
if you meet the requirements, enjoy the 50 db fan speed and always running your graphics card on full load while wearing headphones to watch anime.
>you are watching anime incorrectly and not as intended.
That may be so, but changing it now would be even more foolish. Making the change at this point would make everything look wrong to me, technically correct or otherwise.
Still, interesting piece of info. I wonder how many people in this thread will change their settings to feel like more genuine nihongo anime viewers.
yeah lmao, stupid shit like correct subtitles instead of memes and localizations for americans.
yeah, people will eat everything just to make them feel "in touch with their nipponeese cartoon culture".
hello asus friend. ASCR is a contrast boost feature, basically a marketing scam. go to the color settings and set color temp to "cool", and skin tone to natural. turn off vivid pixel and set sharpness to 20 or 30. use night mode.
Yeah but Graphics properties just brings up the intel control panel that only has color balance sliders not a temperature setting. What Intel chipset do you have? I have the HD 3000.
I don't have Vivid Pixel or at least I can't find it. I did changed to cool and I'm not sure if I like it that much. I kind of prefer the bright, more colorful setting of warm. Maybe I just have to get used to it.
tfw bought two vs22h-p monitors but a year apart and they are very different
That depends on your monitor and graphics card configuration largely. Adjusting for the black levels isn't needed very often anymore but it used to be a big problem with older renderers that couldn't detect black level automatically.
Sorry, I don't want to mess with my circadian rhythms too much and make my eyes withstand too much blue light.
Once you get used your eyes make the correction to see normal colors anyway.
I just change my time zone to match whatever time zone is currently night.
Don't need that eye cancer.
In my experience, I start seeing the orange tint when I'm using my computer in any dark space, even when f.lux is off.
At this point it's way too comfy to care about color quality.
>implying I don't have a 10m hdmi and usb cable running from my nerd crib into my living room making any fan noise mute.
Also if you're not a poorfag your computer should run madvr fine without gettig too hot.
>anon finally realizing what all these talks about a blue board was
i swear to god you guys would believe Daiz if he told you that this was false. you'd believe daiz over an official article on the website of the most renowned monitor company in the world.
>On the other hand, the U.S. broadcasting standard (NTSC) calls for a color temperature standard of 6500 K. The international standard for digital high-definition television (ITU-R BT.709) also specifies a color temperature of 6500 K
>The international standard for digital high-definition television (ITU-R BT.709) also specifies a color temperature of 6500 K
Considering that Japanese HDTV broadcasts are in BT.709, 6500 K should technically be the intended color temperature.
Plus I bet it's all mastered on 6500 K monitors in the first place.
i work in dermatology in the hospital, and we have a $50,000 eizo radiforce monitor there.
at one point when noone will be looking i plan to sneak an usb stick with that huge ass 4k anime encode that was on nyaa once in there. then i will be the single most person on this earth who has watched anime at the highest quality and cum with the force of a thousand daizes on the monitor, and every cumstain will glow from being illuminated by the back light, their shades covering the walls of the white room, and i will finally have reached gensokyo.