[ProArt Display] [MacOS version]Introduction to ProArt Calibration - Setup and operation
ASUS ProArt Calibration
ProArt Display : PA32UCX、PA32UCX-K、PA27UCX、PA27UCX-K、PA32UCX-P、PA32UCX-PK、PA32UCG、PA32UCG-K、PA32UCR、PA32DC
Color meter : i1DisplayPro/i1DisplayProPlus、Datacolor Spyder 5/Spyder X
OS:macOS 12 (Monterey)/macOS 11 (Big Sur)
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Start ASUS ProArt Calibration
please confirm the following points:
1. Confirm that the "High Dynamic Range" option in the MacOS display settings is turned off.
2. Confirm that the Preset mode in the OSD menu is set to a non-HDR mode (EX: standard, sRGB, DCI-P3)
3. If the model you are using is PA32UCX series/PA27UCX series/PQ22UC, please color reset the mode to be calibrated (User Mode 1 or User Mode 2) before use.
If your model is PA32UCG/PA32UCR/PA32DC, these models can select Preset mode to calibrate it.
Click [Start Calibration] to do color calibration.
- Make sure the USB Type-C or Thunderbolt cable is connected to your monitor.
- Make sure color meter is connected to your monitor,，select your color meter model and check if you need to change color meter profile(This function is only supported by i1 display pro/i1 display pro plus).
4. Click [next] to measure the brightness,please place the color meter on the marked position, and click [Start] to measure.
5. Press [Start] to begin color calibration.
6. . Please follow the instructions to place the color meter on the marked position, and click [Start] to complete color calibration.
7. After the calibration is completed, the report of the calibration results will be generated. You can view the parameter values of the color calibration results in the report.You can click [Export] to save the color calibration report.
Click [Apply] to save and apply the calibration data to User Mode 1/2 or Preset Mode.
In Customized Targets, the non-default (EX:sRGB) value parameters that have been set in the past can be confirmed, and can be directly applied to re-calibrate.
In the custom target, the non-default (EX:sRGB) value parameters that have been set in the past can be confirmed, and can be directly applied to re-calibrate.