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the settings you use do seem a lil dark... at least to my eyes.

i use:

R - 2883763840
G - 3067833920
B - 3210999360

R: -47
G: -44
B: -46

these settings have been the best that i've used and seen on my phone. but everyones shades of color are truly unique only to your eyes. so results may vary haha
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Do you know what these color multipliers are for CM9 stock kernel? CM has own setting and doesn't have voodoo support. Gamma tuning only uses positive numbers and the multipliers go from 0 to 1.000.
On CM9, positive gamma values are equivalent to Voodoo Sound's negative gamma settings. So on CM9, you'd use 51 for red, 53 for green, and 47 for blue.

Colour multipliers are a range from 0 to 4294967290 in Voodoo Sound, so you can get the CM9 value by division. For instance, 2309122400/4294967290 = 0.5376344554. CM9 colour values for the OP are: 0.5376344554 for red, 0.5376344554 for green, and 0.6370967635 for blue.

CM9 also uses a range of 0 to 4294967290 in /sys/class/misc/samoled_color/*_multiplier, so you can set colour and gamma values directly by modifying the script in the OP:
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#!/system/bin/sh

echo 2309122400 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/red_multiplier
echo 2309122400 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/green_multiplier
echo 2736309760 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/blue_multiplier
echo 47 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/blue_v1_offset
echo 51 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/red_v1_offset
echo 53 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/green_v1_offset
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hmm... the low gamma values seem to cause my screen to become permanently yellow until i reboot lol

guess these settings aren't for me haha
is your autobrightness on?

turn it off and it should go away
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On CM9, positive gamma values are equivalent to Voodoo Sound's negative gamma settings. So on CM9, you'd use 51 for red, 53 for green, and 47 for blue.

Colour multipliers are a range from 0 to 4294967290 in Voodoo Sound, so you can get the CM9 value by division. For instance, 2309122400/4294967290 = 0.5376344554. CM9 colour values for the OP are: 0.5376344554 for red, 0.5376344554 for green, and 0.6370967635 for blue.

CM9 also uses a range of 0 to 4294967290 in /sys/class/misc/samoled_color/*_multiplier, so you can set colour and gamma values directly by modifying the script in the OP:
Code:
#!/system/bin/sh

echo 2309122400 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/red_multiplier
echo 2309122400 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/green_multiplier
echo 2736309760 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/blue_multiplier
echo 47 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/blue_v1_offset
echo 51 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/red_v1_offset
echo 53 >/sys/class/misc/samoled_color/green_v1_offset
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is your autobrightness on?

turn it off and it should go away
haha yeah, it was, thanks!
didn't realize that was the problem though since the settings i previously used didn't do that
 
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haha yeah, it was, thanks!
didn't realize that was the problem though since the settings i previously used didn't do that
yeah I've noticed that has a major effect in the whole 'green flash'. I find it useful though because display burns up my battery and now I'm aware of when it's on high and when it's on low.
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I use (scripted value so you can't set exact number from Voodoo app)

R - 3303821250
G - 3667241440
B - 4294967290

R: 0
G: 0
B: 0

Maximized multiplier with corrected color balance on default gamma. Ideal for normal phone usage. It's not optimized for lowest possible gamma though so be careful to check with lowest brightness before adjustments.

For dark with high brightness lover, just maximized all multiplier and set R/G/B to -60/-51/-46. I personally think fixing color tone from multiplier is more important than adjusting gamma.
 
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In the interest of not starting yet another thread about voodoo colours, I'm going to post my personal settings here as well.

Colour multiplier:

Red: 2701672960 (CM9: 0.6290322551)
Green: 2563125760 (CM9: 0.5967742213)
Blue: 2632399360 (CM9: 0.612903282)

Gamma:

Red: 0 (CM9: 0)
Green: -9 (CM9: 9)
Blue: -3 (CM9: 3)

This was calibrated to achieve a different kind of white: physical white objects on a white surface in natural sunlight. So it's going to look yellowish to those of you who are used to LED-backlit displays (which often carry a blue tint). And weather conditions vary, and white surfaces age and change colour, yes. This is hardly objective.

For what it's worth, it looks pleasantly neutral to my eyes and doesn't have any issues with auto-brightness.

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I personally think fixing color tone from multiplier is more important than adjusting gamma.
My ideal as well. Change as little as possible from the default values to achieve balanced tone rather than dramatic impact.
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