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Hello

 

Using Chief Architect Interior X9.

 

I have strange problem. I have rendered an Image of a Kitchen. When I view this image on three different screens - it looks different.

 

I am attaching following two images:

 

1) Actual-Rendered-Image.jpg

quick rendered image of a kitchen

 

2) View-Laptop-Android-Iphone.jpg

Viewing above image on three different screens (laptop, android moto phone & Iphone 4s. Colours Look different in each screen.(smallest screen is iPhone 4s)

 

Does anyone understand what is going wrong here ? My clients complained several times about image looking yellowish, when I check at my end, it looks alright. It is very confusing to know what is going on.

 

Thanks
Nitin

Actual-Rendered-Image.jpg

View-Laptop-Android-Iphone.jpg

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Different screens display colors differently. Screen DPI and image bit depth help determine color representation. So does the GPU, screen type (LCD, CRT, OLED, etc.). I suggest you color calibrate your monitor (the one you use to create the image). However, a calibrated monitor doesn't guarantee that the image will be rendered "correctly" on someone else's device.

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That's always a problem, there are very few people that have calibrated screens or even attempt to visually adjust their screens to be at least half decent. You have no control over this at your end. I have had this issue before and have had to adjust my pics so they will look ok on a clients screen. I do not technically calibrate my screens, I do this visually using several different pics that I know how they should look. True calibration is really only need in select industries, print media for example, if your monitor is not good enough and not properly calibrated then you will likely be very surprised when your downloaded print job comes back. 

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