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    I have the stuff to do video, the Avia disc. Should a computer monitor be set the same way?

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    The same way as what?
    Generally, if you have an LCD display you will get the best results by setting your Video driver to use the same resolution as there are pixels in your display or monitor. If your Monitor has a native resolution of 1640x900, you should set your video driver to use 1640x900, else it will need to be calculated and emulated either distorting the image or the colors or both, in some cases even slowing it down.
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    My bad, the color not the resolution. Sorry.

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    The Windows 7 built in colour calibration works well.

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