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  • #38910

    Mais78
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    I am trying to update my current version (3.4) to the latest but I get the an error message saying “tlsv1 alert protocol version” if I use the update menu. If I download the file directly from sourceforge and install on top of the existing version, the installation seems to work but when I launch it I get the old version. I also tried to update just the Argyll files by replacing the old ones manually but they don’t seem to work.

    Any idea?

    Setup: Mac Pro Early 2015 running BigSur

    I also tried a new installation on a newer MacPro (with Apple chip), I can install 3.8.9.3 my the Argyll files do not seem to work.

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    #38914

    Mais78
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    I don’t know how but now the old Mac seems fine (3.8.9.3 installed and also the most recent Argyll files.

    I understand the new Macs with Apple M processors are still incompatible with DisplayCal/Argyll?

    #38919

    Vincent
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    Get latest here instead of using DIsplayCAL to donwload it

    https://www.argyllcms.com/

    For DIsplaYCAL on mac use Erkan’s port

    https://github.com/eoyilmaz/displaycal-py3

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    #38921

    Mais78
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    Thank you.

    I am trying to get a measurement report but I keep getting an error message (with both versions of DisplayCAL), see image attached. What am I doing wrong? I am a bit rusty…

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    #38923

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    Is there a way to load an existing profile on a Mac without having to create a new one?

    Btw I created a new one on my old Mac by the OS keeps blocking the various executables during the profiling. Even after allowing them one by one in the end DisplayCAL crashes and cannot install the profile.

    Will try with Windows 10 on the same laptop (I assume the right profiling is not OS dependent, right?).

    #38924

    Vincent
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    Is there a way to load an existing profile on a Mac without having to create a new one?

    File menu in DisplayCAL.
    Also make sure that Color Sync has it (open manually).

    Btw I created a new one on my old Mac by the OS keeps blocking the various executables during the profiling. Even after allowing them one by one in the end DisplayCAL crashes and cannot install the profile.

    Try Erkan’s port to python3

    Will try with Windows 10 on the same laptop (I assume the right profiling is not OS dependent, right?).

    Yes, unless you mess with GPU output (HDMI range and things like that)

    .. but, remember that macOS color management is very limited. YOu need to stick with simplest idealized profile types.

    #38925

    Mais78
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    I installed DisplayCAL on Windows 10 (still on my Mac 2015) as planned. The profile and calibration done in 2018 seems to still work well according to the calibration report attached (need to untick black locus), right?

    Going to reprofile right now leaving the calibration as it is.

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    #38927

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    Reprofiled and got the attached results. It seems worse than the old profile so I will stick to the old one.

    The avaluation of greybalance through calibration only should have given the same results for both profiles since I did not change the calibration?

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