Color (Color Correction)
Make local adjustments to correct variations in color across the picture. Color correction is particularly useful in concealing color variations in blended areas at the joins between the component images. Clicking the Color tab displays color options and projects a solid white image onto the screen. Local corrections can be made wherever variations in color exist.
Click the Color tab to display color options (A) and choose a projector to which color correction will be applied (B).
Choose an area for color correction.
Click the dot representing the area containing the colors you want to correct (the dot will turn blue).
Adjust color correction settings.
Select Enable, adjust gain for any of the red (R), green (G), and blue (B) channels, and click Apply. Repeat this process for each of the remaining channels.
To restore gain to default values, click Clear.
Be sure to enter a gain value for each of the R, G, and B channels and to click Apply each time, as otherwise only the value for the color you edited last will be applied.
- Wrong: Enter a value for each of R, G, and B and only then click Apply. Only the value for B will be updated.
- Right: Edit R and click Apply, edit G and click Apply, and edit B and click Apply. The values for all channels will be updated.