Soda, auf meine Anfrage bekam ich folgende Antwort:
Basically, set the display back to factory settings, then calibrate it with Spyder, that's it. Spyder does everything automatically for you.
You don't need to set anything manually.
However, the brightness of your screen always also depends on the ambient light in your room/working space. If you have a high level of ambient light,
you need a high brightness level on your display to be able to see the colors. If you work in a dark room, you will also need very low level of brightness.
If the display looks fine for your eyes the way you calibrated it, perfect! However, when working in different ambient light condicions, you may change the brightness
level of your display to a value that suits your needs best, but would then have to re-calibrate right after with Spyder.
Sprich ich stell die Helligkeit so ein wie sie mir ok erscheint.
Anscheinend belichtet hier keiner Fotos aus, oder kennt Saal Digital nicht? Die Antworten halten sich ja in Grenzen!