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  • #32300

    Vincent
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    Okay then no need I will stick to the target profile and calibrate from Apple p3 xdr 1600 nit as you advised me.

    Not at all, I’ve said the opposite but do as you wish.

    #32302

    matck06
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    Okay then no need I will stick to the target profile and calibrate from Apple p3 xdr 1600 nit as you advised me.

    Not at all, I’ve said the opposite but do as you wish.

    Sorry, but with google translate it is complicated.

    But yes after having reread the posts, it is not possible to calibrate a hdr profile, except the apple p3 1600 nit profile is a hdr profile (xdr =extrem dynamique range)

    sorry for the misunderstanding

    #32305

    Vincent
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    I would say that Apple P3 1600nit preset is “as is”.

    Profile P3-D65 & P3-D50 presets in macOS preferences which are the ones you will be using.

    #32307

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    I understood, the 1600 nit p3 profile will remain as it is and will only be used for watching HDR content which is generally rare, moreover it causes blooming on the mini led.

    #32308

    rstolpe
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    If you run it in clamshell with one display connected with USB-C DisplayCal will have issues. The solution is that you have both display open during use.

    This was not a issue with Macbook M1 (first gen)

    Other issue with the 14″ is that when you reboot and only have one display and the MBP in clamshell you will be stuck with black display with only the mouse cursor that are visible. Solution hard reboot trough the button.

    #32309

    matck06
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    Here are my integrated profile, I choose this one “photography (p3-D65)? Moreover this profile prevents me from raising or lowering my brightness when I press the + buttons or-there is a padlock.

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    #32311

    rstolpe
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    Use the XDR profile. Then in in DisplayCal use the 99% Correction.

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    DisplayCal will crash and do funny things let’s just hope that they will update it for the Apple Silicon. I guess that they need to update it for the Win 11 also.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by rstolpe.
    #32313

    matck06
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    Utilisez le profil XDR. Ensuite, dans DisplayCal utilisez la correction de 99%.
    Edit:<br class=”six-page-style-el”>
    DisplayCal va s’écraser et faire des choses drôles laissez-les espérer juste qu’ils le mettront à jour pour le Silicon Apple. Je suppose qu’ils doivent le mettre à jour pour le 11 gagnant.

    I have Vincent who advises me against the XDR profile and you the opposite I admit that I no longer know thé

    #32314

    Vincent
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    *IF* P3-1600nit is for PQ TRC, HDR, etc… it makes no sense use it for calibration or photo purposes.

    Also it make no sense to lock brightness on P3-D65/P3-D50. Maybe it’s OS bug… it would be useless to have such presets (excluding D50)

    Anyway, choose an SDR preset P3 what allows you to raise or lower brightness to your desired value. Then default settings and let DisplayCAL do the job.

    #32315

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    It’s good I found, you have to use the apple P3 display 500 nit profile it is not hdr, while the xdr 1600 nit profile is HDR, I attach the screenshots, moreover if the brightness does not go up is that the profile “photography (p3-D65)” is locked on 160 nit.

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    #32321

    matck06
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    the installed displaycal icc profile does not show up in the macos icc profile list even if I put it in library / colorsync, I don’t understand, and if I verify the check I get this.

    I used the p3 500 nit profile as a target

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    #32325

    Vincent
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    It is saying WP is not “white”, like if it was not corrected during calibration because it was set to native or something like that.
    It was recorded as is during profiling stage (profile vs measured WP is a match) so it is not related to measurement instrument.

    Finder / Apps / Utils / ColorSync /Devices it should be linked there.

    #32330

    matck06
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    @vincent

    it seems that apple has locked the screen calibration it seems to confirm

    it says that ccprofiler is working but we cannot apply the icc profile

    #32331

    rstolpe
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    @vincent

    it seems that apple has locked the screen calibration it seems to confirm

    it says that ccprofiler is working but we cannot apply the icc profile

    <iframe width=”474″ height=”267″ title=”Ultimate 16" MacBook Pro with M1 Pro Review, Display Calibration, Real World Photo & Video App Test!” src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/yrHH1Ge7wZo?start=740&feature=oembed&#8221; frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe>

    Works like a charm for me

    #32332

    matck06
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    you can explain to me how to do that would be nice

    it could help other user

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by matck06.
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