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Monitor Profiling with i1Studio on Mac

Monitor profiling with i1StudioOpen i1Studio by going to Finder>Applications>i1Studio>i1Studio or double clicking on the icon on the menu bar and select Display Calibration.  Here are the recommended settings for "Display Calibration" workflow.
  For the photographic users, i1Studio defaults to set values of CIE illouminant D65 for white point and a luminance value of 120cd/m.  In order to make any changes here you will need to click on the "Custom" radio button.  We suggest keeping these options however users may need to experiment with Luminance in order to meet the conditions of their ambient light in the room.  The luminance of your display/monitor determines the brightness.    
Profile Reminder can be set to every 1, 2, 3, or 4 weeks or simply leave none if you do not wish to see the i1Studio Tray in your menu bar or see the messages.  Click "Save Profile" and you will see the right-side panel switch showing you the options to evaluate your profile.  The panel to the right of the screen contains useful information concerning the profile you just built.
To access this information, use the tabs along the upper part of the display panel.  These tabs include:
  1. 3D Gamut View - Shows a 3D gamut of your display profile. Use the Compare profile button to select other profiles to analyze along with your display profile.
  2. Profile Info - Shows the target and measured values for white point, luminance and contrast ratio.
  3. LUT View - Displays the video look-up tables (LUTs) contained in the profile.
  4. Before and After View - Allows you to compare images using the previously loaded profile and the profile just completed.
Click Home and exit the software, your new profile is now being used and you are ready to work.
 

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