Is your Huion tablet display too bright or too saturated compared to your laptop screen or other monitors? Do you want to adjust your tablet display to match your other monitors or displays but you're quite confused about which settings to adjust?
Below are some explanations of what each display option means:
- Picture Settings - this is where you can adjust the backlight, brightness, contrast (depth of blacks), and sharpness of the images on your display. In some display models, this is labeled as "Brightness" settings.
- Display Settings - lets you rotate your display to either 0 or 180 degrees (180 degrees is for left-handed users).
- Color Settings- helps you adjust the colors on your display such as:
- Gamma - brightness level of each pixel on your tablet;1.8, 2.0, 2.2, or OFF.
- Temperature - color temperature of your display; either cool (9300), warm (6500), or user preference.
- Color Effect - you can choose between standard, movie, game, photo, vivid, or user preference. In some display models, this option is labeled "Eco" within the Brightness setting.
- Hue - aspects of color in the red, green, and blue schemes.
- Saturation - affects how the colors look. Higher saturation makes the colors appear more "pure" while lower saturation makes them appear washed-out.
- Demo - if you see red outlines on your display, it means that you are in the Demo settings so please choose to turn this setting off.
- Advance Settings- lets you choose the following:
- Aspect Ratio - please use your tablet display's default ratio of 16:9.
- OverDrive - lets you push the display's response time speed to decrease the ghosting effect if any by turning it on.
- DDCCI - the channel to send and receive commands between your computer and the tablet (please don't change this)
- Ultra-Vivid - for additional enhancement that sharpens the picture (be careful with this since it might result in some outlines around contrasting objects).
- Other Settings - this is for your OSD menu settings where you can change the time it will show on your screen, its position, language (English or Chinese), rotation, and transparency. Choose "Reset" to go back to the default settings. Other displays with various display ports have an option to choose "Signal Source"; whether it's HDMI, VGA, or DVI.
Below is a sample on how to adjust the display settings using the Kamvas 24 series where you can use the tablet buttons or the driver (only for Windows users with the latest drivers):
NOTE: Some display models may have different menu arrangements and use different labels.
Below is a sample using a Version 14 driver and a Kamvas 13 tablet display:
Newly-released tablet display models have a simpler setup and can use the pen to adjust the display as seen in the video below: