General question for color calibration on a Macbook M1

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    Tommy86
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    Hi everyone,

    can someone please help me and give me instructions on how to calibrate my M1 Macbook? I tried to do it myself but I am not satisfied.
    The colors and the HDR mode look a bit weird afterwards, and I don’t know what I’m doing wrong.

    I mainly want to edit images on the build-in display. How should I proceed with the settings?
    I have a Spyder 4 PRO and it runs fine on the machine.

    Thanks a lot

    #32023

    Vincent
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    Spyder4 is an inncurate device and does not supports newer macbook backlight out of the box. Closer one on the bundled modes will be widegamut LED/RGBLED (whatever name Datacolor uses).

    Once you have an accurate device, take a look on other M1 threads

    #32106

    Tommy86
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    Thank you for your reply. Which device do you think would be suitable for my case?

    #32111

    Vincent
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    Any colorimeter in Xrite i1d3 family used with WLED PFS CCSS corection bundled with DisplayCAL (P3 green flavor for mac screens)

    If you wish to give a try with Spyder select RGBLED/widegamut LED built in correction. It’s not close to actual backlight but it’s the closest one.

    #32112

    matck06
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    Hi,

    I advise you to follow my post with the detailed settings (photo in the 1st post):

    Macbook air M1 calibration

    for the probe I recommend an x-rite colormunki or i1Display Studio (replacement model of the colormunki but identical sensor which is incidentally that of the excellent i1 display pro so result identical to this one)

    i1Display Studio on Amazon   i1Display Pro on Amazon  
    Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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