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  • #29627

    Flashsta
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    Hi,

    I am trying to calibrate Davinci resolve on the New Mac Mini M1 with i1X-rite Display Pro.

    I keep getting error -d parameter 0 out of range.

    Is Displaycal compatible with the new M1 Macs and if so how do I get pass this error.

    Thanks in advance

    #29997

    matthiasstoopman
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    I encounter the same problem on my Mac Mini M1:

    -d parameter 0 out of range.

    Did you manage to figure out to make it work? It is very frustrating because I need to rely on my calibrated monitor via Blackmagic Decklink.

    DisplayCal hasn’t released an update in quite a while, and I wonder if they will give support for M1 users.

    #29998

    Haru
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    Im having the same issue- I have read that some M1 users have found success in using a beta version of Argyll, I noticed yesterday that Argyll just released an update with 2.2.0 that claims to be compatible with M1….but when I tried to install it- DisplayCal wouldn’t recognize it…

    #29999

    Flashsta
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    I’m afraid not. I am in the same boat as you. I need calibrated monitor for work. I am waiting patiently for an update or for another forum member to kindly assist.

    #30001

    Olive601
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    Unfortunately Time is Money. We have a Flanders but with remote or limited in person our cheaper Hero monitor is an LG CX series which are on sale. We went with Calman Home for a 709 calibration, HDR AND Dolby cals and at least the 709 Cal is bang on. Haven’t really checked with folks to see if the values on HDR etc are accurate but I’m sure they are. we needed our other monitors to be better compared to our references which is why we used Displaycal but had to just move on and get to work with the Flanders and LG. when the M1 updates arrive we will cal our working monitors with Displaycal

    #30005

    Vincent
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    No M1 update is needed, just set Argyll bin folder to new 2.2.0 location (File menu, locate Argyll executables)

    #30014

    Haru
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    Vincent, I have downloaded the new Argyll update, but when I try to select it, DisplayCAL won’t recognize it. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?

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    #30016

    matthiasstoopman
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    @Vincent, thanks it got me further. However dispread crashes (see crash report below). Could it have something to do with the X-Rite services that are still running? I have no clue how to turn it off if this is the case.

    dispread quit unexpectedly

    Process: dispread [809]
    Path: /Applications/Argyll_V2.2.0/*/dispread
    Identifier: dispread
    Version: ???
    Code Type: X86-64 (Translated)
    Parent Process: DisplayCAL [763]
    Responsible: DisplayCAL [763]
    User ID: 501

    Date/Time: 2021-05-05 18:34:06.633 +0200
    OS Version: macOS 11.3 (20E232)
    Report Version: 12
    Anonymous UUID: 9BD6FAE6-699A-046A-2DEC-D1FCCBF2DA91

    Time Awake Since Boot: 960 seconds

    System Integrity Protection: enabled

    Crashed Thread: 3

    Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000020
    Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY

    Termination Signal: Segmentation fault: 11
    Termination Reason: Namespace SIGNAL, Code 0xb
    Terminating Process: exc handler [809]

    #30023

    Vincent
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    ArgyllCMS problems & malfunctions to ArgyllCMS mail list

    #30024

    Vincent
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    Vincent, I have downloaded the new Argyll update, but when I try to select it, DisplayCAL won’t recognize it. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?

    Check if there is some pending security permission in MacOS control panel

    #30028

    Vincent
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    I’ve tested 2.2.0 on an Intel x64 and seems broken…

    Try to duplicate 2.1.2 folder, rename it to 2.1.3 or 2.1.3.b, then replace displwin with the 2.1.3b beta

    https://www.argyllcms.com/disptools_V2.1.3beta_osx64.tgz

    Now back to DisplayCAL locate new ArgyllCMS executables

    It’s Intel x64 so Rosetta will be used.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by Vincent.
    #30032

    matthiasstoopman
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    Thanks, that did the trick! Calibrating as I’m writing this.

    I copied the dispread and dispwin from v.2.1.3beta to the bin of v2.2.0 (not to a copied folder as you suggested).

    My Mac M1 then asked for several permissions when I restarted DisplayCal and now its working!!

    I suppose it could have been a permissions issue. I will later try to put the deleted ones back to see if my machine will ask again for permissions again.

    #30046

    Flashsta
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    Hiya,

    Original poster here

    I apologise for this really layman question but I only went as far as downloading the DisplayCAL software and I have no idea what ArgyllCMS is.

    Where do I downlaod those from. Is it complicated to setup in the Mac Mini M1. Can someone please help without making it too complicated.

    Like your explaining it to a child lol (No seriously, I know color grading but anything technical regarding coding etc I will struggle with)

    Thanks in advance

    #30047

    Vincent
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    Hiya,

    Original poster here

    I apologise for this really layman question but I only went as far as downloading the DisplayCAL software and I have no idea what ArgyllCMS is.

    Where do I downlaod those from. Is it complicated to setup in the Mac Mini M1. Can someone please help without making it too complicated.

    Like your explaining it to a child lol (No seriously, I know color grading but anything technical regarding coding etc I will struggle with)

    Thanks in advance

    1. https://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_V2.2.0_osx10.6_x86_64_bin.tgz
    2. Unzip in a folder
    3. https://www.argyllcms.com/disptools_V2.1.3beta_osx64.tgz
    4. Unzip
    5. Copy 2.1.3 beta contents to 2.1.2 folder (just the contents, overwriting 2 executables in 2.1.2 unziped folder)
    6. Run DisplayCAL, it will ask you for ArgyllCMS, give the path to the “bin” folder inside 2.1.2 folder

    (there is v2.2.0 but it does not work for me on x64)

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by Vincent.
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by Vincent.
    #30050

    Flashsta
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    Hi Vincent

    Thank you so much for your help.

    I have downloaded both links you kindly provided and I can’t see a 2.1.2 folder.

    I have

    Argyll_V2.2.0 folder

    and

    disptools_V2.1.3beta_osx64

    Have a I gone wrong somewhere. I really appreciate your patience with me

    Best regards

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