The Display Calibrator Assistant walks you during the calibration process. Before you start, make sure that your monitor has been turned on for at least half an hour and clean.
- Open System Preferences and then click on Displays
- Choose the Calibrate button on the Color tab
- Select Continue to start the display calibrator
You can follow the below mentioned steps in the assistant to adjust your monitor:
- You will need to use the monitor’s on screen controls for this typically accessed from a menu button on the front of the monitor.
Select a target white point:
- You have to choose the tint for the display
- Apple recommends via the native white point
Decide whether or not to make your settings the default:
- This is done for other Mac users
- For a few displays, you may also be capable to adjust the display’s gamma and luminance
After giving the calibration settings to a profile name, they will be set as the default monitor settings. If you have above one monitor then use the calibration assistant on one monitor and try to acquire the additional monitor to match as intimately as possible. Test patterns which you can use to compare both monitors such as those provided by Display Calibration can assist. Display Calibration can assist you customize the Mac’s monitor even further than Apple’s calibration tool. If you need a specialized level of color accuracy, you can invest in a colorimeter such as the Datacolor Spyder 5PRO. For rapidly getting more accurate looking images, although, the Display Calibrator Assistant is the easy tool for the job.