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How to change RGB Levels Intel 4000HD

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I Have spent quite a few hours googling this and everything I have found hasn't helped.

 

I am trying to calibrate my laptop screen using a Spyder 4 Pro, While I can change the brightness level I cannot change the RGB settings, even using what is in the settings panel hasnt helped.

 

Does anyone know of a tool CLI or GUI that can do what I am asking? I have looked at the Intel GPU tools and driconf, neither seem to be what I am after

 

I could just let it do the "As Measured" option but then it gives me a icc with a 7900K colour setting and that is far to high

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You're talking about changing the RGB from the limited (16-235) to the full (0-255) range correct?
 
I made the change in two spots and it started working correctly for me although I was outputting to a TV not working on an internal display.
 
From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel -> Display -> Advanced -> Quantization Range -> Full Range
From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel ->? Video -> Input Range -> Select "Use Driver Settings" -> From the newly appearing drop down select "Full Range".
 
Hopefully this helps!
 
 
Edit: Looks like you might be looking more to adjust color settings/temp.
 
From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel ->?? Display -> Color Settings. The color Enhancement settings there might be of some help?

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You're talking about changing the RGB from the limited (16-235) to the full (0-255) range correct?

 

I made the change in two spots and it started working correctly for me although I was outputting to a TV not working on an internal display.

 

From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel -> Display -> Advanced -> Quantization Range -> Full Range

From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel ->? Video -> Input Range -> Select "Use Driver Settings" -> From the newly appearing drop down select "Full Range".

 

Hopefully this helps!

 

 

Edit: Looks like you might be looking more to adjust color settings/temp.

 

From the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel ->?? Display -> Color Settings. The color Enhancement settings there might be of some help?

So these settings can't help you or you don't have them?

Thats on Windows, not Linux

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