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i1Basic Pro 2

Professional Color Management

i1Basic Pro 2 is the new standard of perfection for Color Perfectionists looking for an affordable, professional-level spectral color measurement solution offering display and projector profiling, monitor and print quality assurance and spot color measurement.

Now supports ColorTRUE Mobile Calibration

Part # EO2BAS 



Software Downloads (13 Items)VersionPrevious VersionRelease Date
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.7.21.7.1 12/18/2017 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.7.11.7.0 5/30/2017 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.7.01.6.7 5/1/2017 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.6.71.6.6 11/28/2016 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.6.61.6.3 7/13/2016 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.6.31.6.1 8/31/2015 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.6.11.5.6 4/20/2015 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.5.61.5.4 7/17/2014 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.5.41.5.0 5/19/2014 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.5.01.4.2 7/11/2013 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.4.21.3.2 1/15/2013 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.3.21.3.1 5/16/2012 
i1Profiler (i1Publish)1.3.11.2.1 4/11/2012 
Manuals (1 Items)
i1Pro 2 User Manual
Product Upgrade Information (1 Items)
+Upgrade - i1Pro to i1Publish Pro2
Operating System Support (2 Items)
+Known Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13 Issues
+User Library Hidden On Mac
Interactive Training Video (1 Items)
+Color Control Freak (eLearning Course)
Common HelpDesk Questions (27 Items)
+About Patch Sets
+Ambient Light Measurement Freezes Program
+Connectivity Issues With USB 3.0
+Create a logical name for your profile.
+Device Not Connected on Mac OS X 10.9 and Higher
+Display profile results
+Error Launching i1Profiler Software
+Failed To Find Any Displays Message During Display Profiling on Windows
+Font Issue On Mac - Text Is Missing Or Corrupt
+How to get LAB values from i1Profiler
+i1iO Tables and Exchangeability of i1Pro and i1Pro2
+i1Pro 2 connectivity issues when used with i1iO or standalone with a USB-HUB
+i1Pro Hardware Specifications
+Instrument Not Found Error With i1Profiler
+Interfacing a new i1Pro2 with Older Software
+Known Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13 Issues
+Measurement Illumination Conditions
+Monitor Profile Unloading on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10
+Profile Cannot Be Saved To “System Level” on Mac OSX 10.7 and Higher
+Question Marks on the Measurement and ICC Profile tabs
+Unable To Restore Original Profile in i1Profiler
+Upgrade - i1Pro to i1Publish Pro2
+USB 3.0 Technical Information
+User Library Hidden On Mac
+Using the Quality setting under Advanced Option of i1Profiler.
+What is the minimal patch size when measuring with i1Pro2 instrument?
+White Point Settings
ICC Profiles - Creation and Usage (1 Items)
+Unable To Restore Original Profile in i1Profiler
Interfacing with Third Party Applications (1 Items)
+Interfacing a new i1Pro2 with Older Software
Monitor Calibration Queries - CRT & LCD (10 Items)
+About Patch Sets
+Ambient Light Measurement Freezes Program
+Create a logical name for your profile.
+Display profile results
+Failed To Find Any Displays Message During Display Profiling on Windows
+Profile Reminder - How often should I profile my Display?
+Question Marks on the Measurement and ICC Profile tabs
+Unable To Restore Original Profile in i1Profiler
+Using the Quality setting under Advanced Option of i1Profiler.
+White Point Settings
Product History (Errors / Fixes / Workarounds) (6 Items)
+Device Not Connected to i1Profiler on Mac
+Failed To Find Any Displays Message During Display Profiling on Windows
+Font Issue On Mac - Text Is Missing Or Corrupt
+Known Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13 Issues
+Profile Cannot Be Saved To “System Level” on Mac OSX 10.7 and Higher
+Unable To Restore Original Profile in i1Profiler
Troubleshooting and Diagnostics (7 Items)
+Device Not Connected to i1Profiler on Mac
+Error Launching i1Profiler Software
+Failed To Find Any Displays Message During Display Profiling on Windows
+Font Issue On Mac - Text Is Missing Or Corrupt
+i1Pro will not calibrate
+Instrument Not Found Error With i1Profiler
+Profile Cannot Be Saved To “System Level” on Mac OSX 10.7 and Higher
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