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ok guys!i keep seeing people (windows)having relativly lower quality then expected of a given set up!
first tip:you will either need to calibrate your screen etc with window color system tool made just for this.or you will need to read this site:ninedegreesbelow.com/photography/srgb-profile-comparison.html
sorry i dont supply the whole link,you can google !bottom line the guy there suggest this sRGB profile :Argyllcms.(argyllcms.com/)avail for linux,mac and windows.i cover windows because i know srgb on winodws default or calibrated is lower quality then this one.i wont go into detail all the info is readily avail on the web suffice it to say it is a black scaling issue and the way mathematic is being calculated(less precise then needed).but then no surprise there was no 1080p when srgb was cooked back then the precision was enough but as we clearly see these days it isnt.i tested adobe rgb 1998.and a whole lot of other .icc srgb also show issue.maybe ms will tweak their srgb/scrgb in a near futur ,they seem to be way more agile these days at tweaking stuff then they used to.if you use this profile dont forget to unlock it. by the way in that download this file will be in the ref ,start from bottom of the list it should be the forth one starting from bottom it will say srgb iec61966-2.1 (equivalent to www.srgb.com 1998 hp profile)this is the one you select as per windows instruction of installation of color profile.if any could supply video of it (preferably streamer)i would like to know also the difference since what i mention was tested by me on gw2 .this will fix the shadow ,lighting ,alpha(transparency)etc everything at the subpixel level should look better.can you imagine that guy found 15 different version of srgb,gees technicly there shouldnt even be 2 version since this is supposed to be a standard.grin.anyway see you in game!sorry for long post but i felt this was important since we all get standard look on our high definition set-up (1080p or 1080i)enjoy guys,i sure do!