Calibration questions (Apple M1 MacBook Air and LG27GN950)

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    bjoure
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    I have a few questions myself that I can’t find straight answers to:

    I have a new Apple M1 MacBook Air. It has a LED display capable of P3 gamut, like MacBook Pros. I also just got a LG27GN950 for my gaming PC. It’s a 4K, 144hz display with support for HDR (although I know it’s more like faux HDR since it’s still an IPS panel)

    My question is, can I still use my i1Display Pro to calibrate them? aka does i1Display Pro support calibrating wide gamut and HDR?

    And if I calibrate these two displays, should I calibrate them to SRGB or… something else?

    The LG calibration utility has a “native” gamut I assume that’s the default wide gamut the display is capable of?

    I know it’s a lot of questions. any help appreciated. thanks.

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    JoeyJungle
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    So far as I know, there’s no calibration software working on M1 right now. https://xritephoto.com/ph_product_overview.aspx?ID=2572&Action=Support&SupportID=5938&catid=158

    I wasn’t able to calibrate on my M1 Macbook Air using either Displaycal or the i1Display Pro calibration software, both have problems detecting any displays.

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