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  • #28418

    Vincent
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    Thanks that did the trick.. I was able to successfully calibrate my LG 27″ 5K display on my M1 Mac mini using my write i1 Display Pro

    Do you mind sharing with us the LOG (text) output from  “Tools \ reports \ Report on UNcalibrated display” to check M1 LUT capabilities?

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    #28422

    BSTNFNL
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    I can confirm it is working here as well with my M1 Mac Mini and the i1 Pro 2. Thank you!

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    #28425

    CMK2
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    Thank you so much. now the calibration works 🙂

    #28427

    TimoOK
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    Here’s another Big Sur 11.1 user with M1-Air trying to calibrate laptop’s own display with SpyderX. The Firefox color screen ‘scroll’, but calibration doesn’t finish (elapsed time goes and the other counter shows ‘–‘).

    Has anybody succeeded with this same combination?

    #28433

    Vincent
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    Here’s another Big Sur 11.1 user with M1-Air trying to calibrate laptop’s own display with SpyderX. The Firefox color screen ‘scroll’, but calibration doesn’t finish (elapsed time goes and the other counter shows ‘–‘).

    Has anybody succeeded with this same combination?

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    #28438

    TimoOK
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    Here’s another Big Sur 11.1 user with M1-Air trying to calibrate laptop’s own display with SpyderX. The Firefox color screen ‘scroll’, but calibration doesn’t finish (elapsed time goes and the other counter shows ‘–‘).

    Has anybody succeeded with this same combination?

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    That’s good information, thanks Vincent!

    It’s just that the other display options are madVR, Prisma, Resolve and Untethered – I read the explanations of those and they sounded like even less right.

    I read the thread before asking but seemed that most others calibrated external displays. One mention was that maybe internal display needs just profiling? And me being a very beginner in calibrating things doesn’t make easier, so thanks in advance for all the hints in getting SpyderX Pro in use.

    #28440

    Vincent
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    Use Argyll beta to solve M1 issues not displaying color patches.
    Then do the same you’ll do with any other mac screen given the huge limitations on macos color management engine.

    #28801

    HokaHey333
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    Thanks Vincent. It works on my Mac Mini M1 with the beta files you provided.

    Bug report: I have had 2 occasions where both my monitors (BenQs) went black during calibration and had to restart to recover. Also, the first validation run does not produce any results, but works on the second try.

    Thanks again for getting us up and running again.

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    #28810

    Juan
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    Hello, I was trying to calibrate my monitor trough resolve and a  Ultra Studio Mini monitor, and when display cal starts to calibrate or set up de probe it give an error: Diagnostic: -d parameter 1 out of range
    Mac Mini M1 and i1 Pro.

    Regards,

    Juan.

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    #28861

    tommy6
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    hello:

    Overwritten files.
    The security prompt will appear 4-5 times when opened again
    After ignoring it, when performing a correction
    This error message always appears

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    #29364

    rstolpe
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    X-rite has released a fix now, I’m just hoping that Display Cal will come with a new release also.

    https://www.xrite.com/service-support/downloads/i/i1profiler-i1publish_v3_4_0

    #29373

    Vincent
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    X-rite has released a fix now, I’m just hoping that Display Cal will come with a new release also.

    https://www.xrite.com/service-support/downloads/i/i1profiler-i1publish_v3_4_0

    It is not a DisplayCAL issue, it may be an ArgyllCMS issue and there is a patch since a few months ago: ArgyllCMS 2.1.3beta (Rosetta). Go to ArgyllCMS maillist for further info.

    #29378

    rstolpe
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    Okej, so if I download that display cal are going to work?

    #29379

    cosinus
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    Yes, it will problem work if you do the following.

    1. Download and install displaycal.
    2. Patch the folder HD/Users/ YourName/Library/Application Support/DisplayCAL/dl/AgryII_V2.1.2/bin
      with files from  ArgyllCMS beta 2.1.3-beta or the files from URL lisanet de
    3. Give this files right permissions , xattr -dr com.apple.quarantine *
    #29380

    tommy6
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    displaycal worked fine in previous versions
    The biggest problem is. The dell screen is in YpbPr mode, not Srgb mode
    The finished color correction produces a huge error

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