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Windows 7: Please advise command/method/script to adjusting color profiles

05 May 2013   #1
Saraya

Windows 7 64
 
 
Please advise command/method/script to adjusting color profiles

Hello,

I am currently having to occasionally adjust my color settings in Windows 7 after using older Direct 3d programs. They reset the monitor's color profile and to set it to the correct one, I do this by going to Screen Resolution>Advanced Settings>Color Management, then ticking the box to Use My Settings, which will apply the proper color profile.

I am wondering if there's a dos prompt or run command line for the following feature to which I could then build into a batch file for ease and convenience.

Thanks


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07 May 2013   #2
SandeepP

Winndows 7 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Saraya View Post
Hello,

I am currently having to occasionally adjust my color settings in Windows 7 after using older Direct 3d programs. They reset the monitor's color profile and to set it to the correct one, I do this by going to Screen Resolution>Advanced Settings>Color Management, then ticking the box to Use My Settings, which will apply the proper color profile.

I am wondering if there's a dos prompt or run command line for the following feature to which I could then build into a batch file for ease and convenience.

Thanks
Hi Saraya,

Please check the similar post below which might be useful for you:

How to set color profile with command prompt?

Hope it helps.
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