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Change the display settings on the Mac for the Pro Display XDR

Per display XDR (P3-1600 nits): This configures the display for normal use in office and home environments. This mode is based on the wide P3 primary color space used by Apple displays. It automatically adapts to different lighting situations and also offers Extreme Dynamic Range support for up to 1600 nits (peak).

Apple display (P3-500 nits): This configures the display for normal use in office and home environments. This mode is based on the wide P3 primary color space and automatically adapts to different lighting situations. It also offers a brightness range of up to 500 nits, which is typical for built-in Apple displays.

HDR video (P3-ST 2084): This configures the display for workflows in 4K or Ultra HD video productions with up to 1000 nits (constant on the entire screen surface). The wide P3 primary color space and HDR-SMPTE ST-2084 EOTF are used. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment that has been set up via ITU-R BT.2100.

HDTV video (BT.709-BT.1886): This setting is used to configure the display for workflows in HD video productions with regard to the ITU-R BT.709 and BT.1886 recommendations. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment that has been set up via ITU-R BT.2035.

NTSC Video (BT.601 SMPTE-C): This is used to configure the display for workflows in SD or video productions for archiving with regard to the ITU-R BT.601 recommendations and SMPTE-C primary colors. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment that has been set up via ITU-R BT.2035.

PAL & SECAM Video (BT.601 EBU): This is used to configure the display for workflows in SD or video productions for archiving with regard to the ITU-R BT.601 recommendations and EBU Tech 3213 primary colors. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment that has been set up via ITU-R BT.2035.

Digital Cinema (P3-DCI): This configures the display for workflows in film and post-production that use the P3 cinema color space and digital cinema white point. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment set up by SMPTE RP 431-2: 2011.

Digital Cinema (P3-D65): This configures the display for workflows in film and post-production that use the P3 cinema color space with D65 white point. This mode is used for display in a controlled environment set up by SMPTE RP 431-2: 2011.

Design & Print (P3-D50): This is used to configure the display for workflows in graphic design, printing and publishing. This mode uses wide P3 primary color spaces with the D50 white point and is typically used to evaluate printed color output. It is used in a controlled viewing environment established in accordance with ISO 3664: 2009.

Photography (P3-D65): This configures the display for typical digital photography workflows. This mode uses wide P3 primary color spaces with the D65 white point and is typically used for on-screen display. It is used in correctly configured and controlled display environments.

Internet & Web (sRGB): This configures the display for content creation workflows for web and other internet-based applications. This mode uses the widely used sRGB color space (IEC 61966-2-1: 1999) in accordance with the recommendation “W3C CSS Color Module Level 3”. It is used in correctly configured and controlled display environments (64 lux is recommended).