Some questions / xl2411p

Adjusting BENQ Blur Reduction and DyAc (Dynamic Acceleration) including Blur Busters Strobe Utility. Supports most BenQ/Zowie Z-Series monitors (XL2411, XL2420, XL2720, XL2735, XL2540, XL2546)
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Some questions / xl2411p

Post by kleista » 01 Feb 2020, 11:11

Hello,

I have some questions.

First of all, is my screen (xl2411p) compatible with this software?

If so, could someone help me set up the persistence and the crosstalk area properly?

I looked on the forum but I do not see very well what to put ... I do not understand anything.


Sorry for my English.



Thank you

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Re: Some questions / xl2411p

Post by RealNC » 01 Feb 2020, 12:21

kleista wrote:
01 Feb 2020, 11:11
First of all, is my screen (xl2411p) compatible with this software?
I assume that with "this software" you mean the blur busters strobe utility, so i moved you post to the correct forum section.
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Re: Some questions / xl2411p

Post by kleista » 11 Feb 2020, 08:58

UP!

Please.

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Re: Some questions / xl2411p

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 11 Feb 2020, 14:12

kleista wrote:
01 Feb 2020, 11:11
First of all, is my screen (xl2411p) compatible with this software?
Yes, XL2411P is compatible.

1. For Persistence, adjust to personal preference (brightness versus clarity tradeoff)
2. For Strobe Crosstalk, adjust to personal preference (where you want less crosstalk)

The two most common ways to calibrate.
-- Calibrate for best image quality
-- Calibrate for lowest screen-center input lag
They're mutually exclusive. If you want to optimize a specific area of screen for lower lag, the area right above the strobe crosstalk bar will generally have the lowest input lag, so if you want lowest crosshairs lag, adjust the crosstalk bar to just right below crosshairs area. You'll have bad crosstalk for bottom half of your screen, but your strobing lag at crosshairs will be lower.
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