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color adjusting in VLC

Does the VLC media player 2.0.8 have a control for separate adjusting R, G, B of its window? I have not found any; does a plugin exist for the purpose? Thanks!
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Ubuntu Color Calibration software error message

I have a weird problem with the Color software on Ubuntu.I bought a ColorHug and when I connect it to my laptop it automatically starts the Color software to calibrate my screen.The problem is that ...
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4answers
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How to use GNOME Color Manager in Ubuntu 12.04?

I need to correct colours displayed by my monitor. From the 'Ubuntu Software Center' I have installed the 'GNOME Color Manager', but I cannot use it for making my own colour profile: I have not found ...
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1answer
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How to set screen contrast using Ubuntu 12.04 on Macbook Pro?

I have a Macbook Pro running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. It works fine with all the required packages. The only thing I see which is weird is colors are way too light. I think this is contrast ratio which I ...
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2answers
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Colour Calibration Hardware Compatible with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I have a Thinkpad W520 and it has a Pantone colour calibrator.I looked it up here and in Google Search but as it seems the gnome colour manager can't use it as calibrating device at all(maybe there is ...
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2answers
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Which ICC Profile should I use for my notebook screen (Toshiba Tecra)?

I have a dual monitor setup on my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS: the primary screen of my notebook Toshiba Tecra R850-11D my external monitor Samsung SyncMaster P2470HD The external monitor has a much better ...
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2answers
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How do you set system display color profiles in Xubuntu and Lubuntu?

Some applications, such as Gimp, Geeqie and Rawstudio claim to be able to use system color profile in their color management, but how do you setup such a profile? How do you see, if such a profile has ...
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2answers
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Where does Gnome Color Manager store the ICM or ICC files?

I am trying to create a professional photography workflow in Ubuntu. I've calibrated my monitor with a Spyder 3 (works out of the box in 12.04). But I need to know the file path to the monitor ...
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2answers
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Turning Ubuntu 12.04 entirely Grey/B&W/Monoscale

Does anyone know a way to change the color settings of the entire display to grey (or saturation to zero)? I have compiz Settings Manager installed if that helps but don't know how to do it there.