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Date Created: 1/10/2012   Date Modified: 5/6/2016

+Release Notes For ColorMunki Display 1.1.1 And 1.1.0

ColorMunki Display 1.1.1

Release Notes

 

In this document:

1. What's New?

2. System Requirements

3. Installation

4. Known Issues

5. Open Source and Third Party Software

 

1. What’s New?

Version 1.1.1

  • Added support for a new revision level of the ColorMunki Display colorimeter’s hardware and firmware.

 

Version 1.1.0:

  • Added video standard presets; ITU-R Rec. 709, NTSC, and PAL SECAM, which are pre-configured presets.
  • A new version of XRD (X-Rites Device Services), which corrects the dual Display profiling on OSX 10.9.x.
  • Updated i1 Display device SDK to support, the new display EDR files and Burst measurement mode.
  • Support for Microsoft® Windows 8 and 8.1
  • Supportfor OSX 10.8.x and 10.9.x
  • Fixed dual display profiling on OSX, 10.9.x
  • Fixed several other minor issues.

 

Version 1.0.2:

  • Fixed problem where profiling patches on secondary display were being color managed. This caused inaccurate profiles for the secondary display.
  • Fixed issue where ColorMunki Display could not be seen on Japanese Operating System.
  • Application automatically moves cursor out of measurement field during flare measurements.
  • Improved connectivity between application and ColorMunki Display device.
  • Improved ADC connectivity and quality. ADC will now discover more compatible displays and will create an improved calibration for most displays.

 

Version 1.0.1:

  • Added Traditional Chinese language support.
  • Added localized help videos. (Downloaded from web via link in software.)
  • Miscellaneous minor bug fixes.

 

2. System Requirements:

 

Supported Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese (Brazil), Japanese, Chinese Simplified, and Chinese Traditional

Minimum suggested hardware/software requirements:

Windows®:

Microsoft® Windows® XP 32 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)

Microsoft® Windows Vista® 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)

Microsoft® Windows 7® 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)

Microsoft® Windows 8® 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)

Microsoft® Windows 8.1 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)

1GB RAM

Intel® Pentium® IV or AMD® Athlon® XP or better CPU

500MB of available disk space

Powered USB Port

Monitor resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher

Dual display support requires either 2 video cards or a dual head video card that supports dual video LUTs

Network adaptor installed and driver loaded

CD drive or High-speed internet connection required for software install, download and automatic software update

 

Macintosh®:

MacOS X 10.6.x , 10.7.x, 10.8.x, or 10.9.x (with the latest updates installed)

1GB RAM

Intel® Processor

500MB of available disk space

Powered USB Port

Monitor resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher

Dual display support requires either 2 video cards or a dual head video card that supports dual video LUTs

CD drive or High-speed internet connection required for software install, download and automatic software update

 

3. Installation:

Administrative rights are required to install and uninstall the software.

Do not connect the ColorMunki Display device until the software installation is complete.

The ColorMunki Display device must be connected in order to register the software.

4. Known Issues:

Monitor calibration does not work when multiple monitors are in mirror mode (this issue affects Windows® installations only.)  Special Note: On Windows XP, if a display is removed from a system, the operating system will put the primary display in mirror mode even though the secondary display has been removed. In this case, the user will get an enumeration error. This error can be dismissed and the user will still be able to make a profile.

Windows 7 and Vista only - During monitor profile creation, you may see a message stating that the display’s color scheme is being changed. This is temporary to allow proper in-screen measurement. The display will be restored to its previous state after the measurements are completed.

You may not be able to load display LUTs if you are running Windows on a MacOS system using Parallels Desktop® or similar software.

The application may lose its connection to the ColorMunki Display if the computer goes into sleep or hibernate mode. If this happens, disconnect and reconnect the device to restore the connection.

The ColorMunkiDisplayTray application looks for connected displays when it launches. If you disconnect or connect a display, the tray will not see the change until it is re-launched or the system is restarted.

 

5. Open Source and Third Party Software

All Third party and open source license agreements are located in the program’s root folder.