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Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by legaleye3000, Jan 17, 2010.
Should I turn game mode on or no...? Thanks
Yes, Game mode usually offers better colors and is a more active scenario, and using a Mac is one of those
There's some weird stuff going on... When I move a window(lets say the browser) to the left of the screen, the color of the white changes.. I don't know if that makes sense...
If your plasma has some sort of pixel shifting mechanism, you should turn that on as well to prevent burn in.
Do you watch a lot of 4:3 with black bars on the side?
let me guees, you have a panasonic plasma right. It really doesn't matter just be aware of the possibility of burnin with static scenes.
I have game mode on and pixel shift on. I have a Samsung about a year old
No. You should set the Mac Mini to drive the plasma at its native resolution and then turn off all "enhancements" on the plasma such as sharpening, smoothing, vibrance, etc. Then you need to calibrate the display using System Preferences -> Displays -> Color -> Calibrate...
Then when you're done with that, make sure everything is good using a test pattern such as the one that DisplayConfigX has.
Ok I turned off game mode, etc... I'm doing the display calibrate (color) and should I use for gamma 1.8, 2.2, or native (which comes up to 1.12)?