The second screen offers a choice of display types for calibrating; LCD, CRT, Laptop and Projector. If you have multiple monitors connected then you can choose which monitor to calibrate from the drop down list located at the right.
Set the display controls that your monitor offers on the next screen, these include Contrast, Brightness and Kelvin Presets
The next screen offers you three options, ReCal – recalibrate your display, CheckCal – check the accuracy of current calibration and FullCal – create a full calibration of your display. Below this are three settings; Gamma, this is set to 2.2 by default but can be changed from 1.0 to 2.4 or other. White point, this is set to 6500K by default but can be changed from 4000 through to 9300, native or other. Brightness is set to 120 by default and can be changed to 80 through to 180, native or other. On the right had side you can select which monitor you want to calibrate, assuming you have more than one monitor connected.
The Advanced settings button at the bottom of the screen gives you the option to choose a custom target, these include Kelvin values as well as video settings such as NTSC and Pal as well as others. Other options are for ambient light measurement. Grey balance calibration and Spyder certification for large studio usage.