Free software upgrade for X-Rite ColorMunki owners -- a quesiton
jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com
Fri Oct 11 00:02:30 EDT 2019
I believe "iOne" was high end calibration software created for Apple.
ColorMunki used the same device as the iOne, but the iOne software was not
previously available for Windoze users.
If the iOne software will now work with Windoze that's a good thing. Do you have
On 10/10/2019 11:52:18, Igor PDML-StR wrote:
> Hi All,
> As far as I remember, some PDMLers use ColorMunki from X-Rite - for
> calibrating their computer monitors.
> I just received an e-mail from X-rite, that among other things says:
> "Already own ColorMunki Display? Get the i1Studio free software upgrade."
> I don't know if that "upgrade" is good for anything or not. But I was wondering
> if any PDMLer(s) has(have) used that newer version of software,
> and if so, - how do you like it?
> I was *mostly* happy with the old one (My product is called ColorMunki Display),
> except for one issue. The software did not allow loading up one of the
> previously created profiles. I.e. you can create a new calibration profile, and
> have the program set it up as the active one for the OS (Windows). But if you
> want to use one of the previously created ones, - you'd have to go to the
> Windows display settings and choose that yourself.
> This was rather annoying.
> I wonder if that problem has been fixed in the new software (i1Studio). If you
> have installed that new software, - could you please let me know?
> Thank you,
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