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How to use ASUS ProArt™ Calibration Technology

ASUS ProArt™ Calibration Technology

Precise, Consistent, Spectacular Colors

A calibrated and profiled display is a critical element in an efficient digital workflow for color perfectionists. However, the colors on displays decay over time so wide gamut displays are susceptible to color deviation.

ASUS now introduces a new solution - ASUS ProArt™ Calibration Technology which provides precise, consistent, and spectacular colors in the professional monitor. It’s the easy way to recalibrate your display to restore its brightness and color consistency, whether it's for your desktop, laptop or Mac.


Best Compatibility with X-Rite and Datacolor

ASUS ProArt™ calibration technology has the best compatibility with major hardware calibrators like X-rite (i1 Display Pro) and Datacolor (Spyder 5 Series) (Spyder X Pro) and provides color perfectionists an easy way to calibrate the professional monitors.

Brightness and Color Consistency

The ASUS ProArt™ Calibration Technology saves all color parameter profiles on the IC chips within the monitor instead of the PC, so that you can connect your monitor to different devices without changing any settings or color shift. Meanwhile it also reduces the signal distortion between the IC & the display. It’s the easy way to recalibrate your display to restore your display's brightness and color consistency.


How to Operate

Step 1. Install the ASUS ProArt Calibration Technology software from the driver CD or support site. Also install the calibrator’s driver.

Please make sure below setups have completed.

(1)  Software Setup

Desktop will show icon  after installation finished.

(2)  I1DisplayPro / Spyder5/Spyder X Pro driver setup

Note: Drivers of above two are not included in ASUS support CD; users have to download from their website.


Step 2. Reset the color management setting.

Please refer to How to use ASUS LCD Monitor WHQL Driver? for information regarding how to use ICC Color profiles

Reset the “Device profile” in Color Management back to System default”


Step 3. Connect your calibrator on the monitor.


Step 4. Launch the ASUS ProArt Calibration Technology software



Color Accuracy

1.  In the Color Accuracy section, select “Standard Mode” or “Advanced Mode” 

In Standard Mode, the color temperature is already set at 6500K, color gamma at 2.2 and brightness at 150nits.

In Advanced Mode, you can calibrate displays with customized parameters such as the color gamut: sRGB (Rec 709), Adobe RGB, DCI, BT2020 and XvYCC are available.


2. Choose Calibrator type and make sure the USB type-C is connected to the monitor



3. Click Start to start the calibration.

4. Place your calibrator on the panel to start the color calibration. Start the program ,then wait 5-8 mins for the color calibration to complete.

Note: The processing time will vary due to PC efficiency.

Note: If you encounter screen abnormalities during color accuracy calibration,EX:screen is completely black,please complete the second item-Uniformity calibration and run color accuracy calibration again.


5.Once you see the test results of color calibration,you can choose whether saving the results report print or save as PDF,please click Print.

6. After clicking Close,you can click Before and After to check the color difference.

You can switch the hotos by clicking the left and right buttons.


7. You can click Save to save these setting into one of two user modes which will be linked to a monitor hotkey in Splendid mode.

You can choose Create a New rofile or Overwrite Existing Profile to save the result.


i. Each monitor can only save two user modes.

ii. The name of save color settings can only be edited in the ProArt program. The name of “User Mode 1”, “User Mode 2” in the Splendid options are not editable. 




1. Select 3x3 grids or 5x5 grids in Uniformity session

You can have either the standard test by using a 3x3 grid or the thorough test by using a 5x5 grid to eliminate brightness and Chroma fluctuations on particular areas of the screen.

2. Choose Calibrator type and make sure the USB type-C is connected to the monitor


3. Click Start to start the Uniformity calibration.

4. Move the calibrator to the marked position to start the Uniformity calibration. It may take 30-50 sec for each grid to calibrate.

5.After all the grid calibration are completed,the screen will show that Calibrated data is being downloaded.After the data is being downloaded,the screen will turn back to the 3X3 or 5X5 grid test,please move the calibrator to the marked position to complete the Uniformity calibration.(second calibration To reconfirm, each grid only takes a few seconds).

6. You’ll see the Test results of Uniformity calibration. The monitor will adjust uniformity compensation automatically into both “User Mode-1” and “User Mode-2".After clicking finish, the first item-color accuracy calibration will continue to run.



You can rename and save the calibration profiles in the user mode for quick-access.

Please click User Mode-1 or User Mode-2 to choose the calibration profile you want to access.

You can schedule a regular calibration in the Settings session,you can schedule weekly,Di.weekly,Monthly,Every 3 months.

You can choose anyone you want and click Apply.



Download the updated version of software or find more information in the “About” session

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