Video tutorial – HOW TO INSTALL AND USE QUICKGAMMA – to calibrate your display. Here is the link to the calibration web page.

It is necessary to first download the calibration image from The image is the one on the upper left. Right click on the image then click on “Save image as”. Once downloaded open the image with your favorite photo editor or with a web browser and set the view to 100%

Now open Quick Gamma and adjust the red, green and blue colors per the instructions in the video.

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45 thoughts on “Monitor Calibration Tutorial for Win7 and QuickGamma”

  1. It is necessary to first download the calibration image from http://www.ptgamma.com. The image is the one on the upper left. Right click on the image then click on "Save image as". Once downloaded open the image with your favorite photo editor or with a web browser and set the view to 100% Now open Quick Gamma and adjust the red, green and blue colors per the instructions in the video.

  2. How is color munki working for you? I used color munki and it completely messed up the contrast and colors, to the worse! Any idea how to manually get it back? It don't have a function of reset it back.

  3. I'm trying to lower the greens and raise the reds and blues on an older mac HD cinema monitor. but have it connected to a PC. I am trying to get the colors right for the whitepoint to begin using DisplayCal. I have made the adjustments using Quick Gamma but when I rescan my monitor the white point doesnt change at all in DisplayCal.

  4. hey i just got a acer laptop and i get pached like pattern color
    if we have gradient colors then i can literally see the separations of different layers of grey colors
    is some thing wrong with laptop ??
    cuz my desktop monitor doesnt show such patch like patterns on gradients colors it apprears smoothly mixed but in my laptop i can see the different layers

  5. A lot better than the one that comes with Windows. My monitor doesn't look great, but definitely looks better than before. Thanks so much!

  6. What do you mean by "squares blended together"? Does that mean the colors on each side become the same, or do the black lines disappear, or what? Thank you.

  7. Thank you.
    A very helpful "How to" Video, done professionally and full of technical information.
    The PTGamma Chart makes adjusting RGB values A LOT easier than without it.
    Interestingly I got similar values on my Notebook (like those seen in your video) R: 2.24, G: 2.00, B: 1.62
    Like many people I have to get used to the warmer tones – seems to be a common thing.

  8. I have a 4k Acer monitor. The red, green and blue squares never looked the same no matter what I set it at. One side would be a solid color, and the other side had horizontal black lines through it. Is that how it's still supposed to be when you set each color to 2.2? And is each one supposed to e 2.2? Or is the setting totally dependent on getting the each side of the square to look identical? Can you post a video of what the "matching" looks like? Or is it too fine a setting to be seen on youtube.?

  9. Doesn't seem to work on a 4k monitor. Even with gamma at min the right hand squares are about 40% darker than the left side.

  10. what is the color of the all the texts? "Download phototopics gamma chart and look at it from time to time" .is it pure white or slight pink toned?

  11. In Windows 8 and 8.1, Display Color Calibration doesn't store its changes, so they are lost. How can I correct the contrast setting permanently?

  12. THANK YOU VERY MUCH QUICKGAMMA! YOU SAVE MY LIFE!! Yeaaaah

    sorry for the capslock, im so happy and can't handle it

  13. what I want to know is why this works, I mean sense would suggest you would want to see a greater distiction between differnt hue's for on screen work -im not saying its wrong im just interested in why thats not the case.

  14. No matter what I do, the grey circle in the middle in windows calibration is always visible. Using an hdtv as a monitor though.

  15. do i see 6, yes! oh hang on, no, my head moved, now only 4, oh hang on i sneezed and now theres 6 again!

    this is why some of us kept our CRT………

  16. Hi there, hope u r well. I have Sony vaio f11 series I do photo editing and all looks good. Until I or those I give my pictures upload the pictures on web I see dramatic differences and doesn't look as nice as they look on my laptop screen. I will rewatch ur video and follow ur instructions hopefully it will be fixed 🙂 will send an other post again later with an update to let u know how it went ☺️

  17. can i ask a nooob question? your adjusting gamma which i really dont know what gamma is even though i read it at wiki, where do i start how much brightness n contrast?

  18. First of all, thanks for the work you put in into this video and test chart, it is much, much easier to use than the charts built in into QuickGamma.

    However, if I take the time and effort to use the QuickGamma charts, I get much better colours than using the chart from your website. When using your chart, I get monitor colours heavy on the red spectrum to an extent even the scroll bars have a reddish-brownish hue, so do the images.

    Can it be your chart is faulty or it has something to do with t the built in color management in browsers? Or am I doing something wrong?

  19. I'm sorry, but these squares are not a good way to do this.  I'm not sure what a good way is, but I know this ain't it.

  20. i've calibrated the monitor with spider pro. my printer does not print photos similar to what i see on monitor. where did i go wrong???  seems everyone shows how to calibrate monitor but nobody shows what the next step is….

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