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After playing around with the image I found that a ratio of 1.78 worked. The pixel dimensions of the image I uploaded were 2000 x 1122.
If you are dealing with one specific, old or poorly calibrated projector, Joojaa is right, you may want to use a profile to simulate it on your monitor. But if you are producing presentations for a number of different projectors, each with their own quirks and colour biases, I would recommend designing with the following in mind: 1. Avoid bright greens. I ...
You can do this with color profiles. Any profile aware application should be able to give you a simulated estimate of what the color would be. Also if you configure your operating system to account for the profile it will try to correct the images within gamut. Any colorimeter that that can measure a reflected color in these conditions can be used to ...
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