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Images turning pale/colder after you save screenshot


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I have a weird problem...

Images turning pale/colder after you save screenshot...

Image/screenshot look great in Paint.NET/Gimp. But after I save it to jpg (full quality), or png 32-bit, or .tiff....

Colors are slightly more blue and colder....

Why is that happening?

I tried doing the same with GIMP and same result...

Something is wrong.... I worry its some global setting....

Haaalp!

EDIT: It's usually a screenshot pasted into Paint.NET so it has no alpha channel or things like that added to it

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51 minutes ago, Lasse Edsvik said:

Images turning pale/colder after you save screenshot...

 

Are you getting the screen shot from another program, before you open it in paint.net?  Usually saving to .png is better than .jpg, but if you say even that is not working, I suspect the other program(s) - or your computer, may be the problem.

 

Also, be sure when saving, make sure your bit depth is set to "auto detect".

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