On Windows, the NVIDIA control panel provides some features that I use a lot when watching movies; you can adjust the gamma and other settings, such as dynamic contrast and color enhancement. I've been using these for a while as they make a big difference with Dark Movies. These settings, I assume are somehow magically "better" than directly adjusting settings in a video player software. The settings only affect video playback and not the Desktop colors or other applications. (This is not a critical feature for me to have but I'm just mentioning it so people know what I'm talking about)

What would be the equivalent to this on a mac?


Go to your system's display setting and navigate to the color tab. Click Calibrate and follow the process to set the display up as desired. In the end, it asks you for a name for the new display profile and saves it so you can easily switch between profiles.

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