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CALIBRATING YOUR MONITORS

PROGRAM OUTPUT MONITOR

Again, a search of the Internet for “video monitor calibration” will yield a large number of resources, both free and commercial.  If you have television monitors connected to TriCaster’s outputs, though, you can make further use of the color bars.  The approach is somewhat similar to what we did for our video sources, in that the first adjustments are to ensure that black and white levels are correct.  Color calibration is performed afterward.

First, warm up your monitor for at least 10 minutes (some sources recommend a half-hour), to stabilize its output.  Dim room lights and window light, to eliminate light sources that might skew your color perception.  Pass the color bars from your camera through to program output (or use a color bars image in one of TriCaster’s Media Players for this purpose.

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