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ratio. I click Apply. I say, "Please keep the changes." And now my screen is much bigger than it was before. In fact, it's so big that it's off the side of the edge of the recording window, so we can't see it. Let's go ahead and set it back to what it was before. Take it back down to 1280 by 768 and then hit Apply.Keep our changes. And now we're back within the recording window. Now, there are a couple of other display settings that you can configure as well. They're not as commonly used as the resolution we just looked at. If I click on the display, notice that I have three buttons right across here. Setting the Screen Rotation 1:50-2:18 These are rotation buttons. This button will rotate the screen 90 degrees counterclockwise. This button will rotate the screen a full 180 degrees, basically making it upside down, while this other button will rotate it 90 degrees clockwise. For example, if I click on this button, notice that the screen is rotated. I can click Apply. And notice that my screen is rotated 90 degrees to the right which is actually not what we want to use, so I'm going to press the Tab button and click on Revert Settings. Managing Color Profiles 2:19-3:19 Now, the last thing I want to show you before we end this demonstration is this applet right here, Color. Just as with Windows, we can manage the color profiles that are used by the display so that it looks the way we want. Now, currently this monitor is not calibrated. To calibrate it, I can come down here and click on Add Profile and then I can specify which color profile it is that I want to use. For example, I'm going to click on the color space compatible with Adobe RGB color profile. Click Add. If the profile that I want to use is not listed here, for example maybe I have a profile that came with a particular printer that I have connected to the system, I can come down here and hit Import File and pull that profile in and then select it. I'm going to go ahead and click Add. And here I now have the standard space compatible with Adobe RGB color profile loaded and it's set to on. I can turn it off if I wanted to. Let's leave it on. And by doing this, the colors that I see on the screen will match this color profile. Summary 3:20-3:31 That's it for this demonstration. In this demo, we talked about how to manage display settings. We first looked at how to set the screen resolution. We talked about how to set the screen rotation. And then we ended this lesson by talking about how to manage color profiles. Configuring Display Settings in Mac OS 0:00-0:24 In this demonstration, we're going to take a look at configuring display settings in Mac OS 10.11 or El Capitan. To configure display settings in Mac OS, we use the system preferences. We can access system preferences from the Apple menu, system preferences. Now, there are two areas where we can change display settings. The first is desktop and screensaver right here.
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