i1Profiler (i1Publish) 3.1.0 (12 September 2019)
has been released.
The following features and improvements have been added for this release:
Adds support for the iDisplay PLUS device. This device can accurately measure displays with luminance up to 2000 nits.
Adds support for the BT.1886 EOTF (Gamma curve). This curve is the recommended standard for HDTV.
The measurement algorithm used for transmissive patch scanning does not have error checking. Please verify all measurements visually on screen before proceeding to the next workflow step. If you have difficulty scanning a chart, switch to spot mode.
There is a refresh issue when scrolling within the gamut view window. If the screen does not refresh correctly, click anywhere within the application window and the gamut view will update.
The Reference Files for the ColorChecker SG and ColorChecker 24 for scanner profiling have been updated. These new reference files apply well to ColorChecker SG and 24 charts manufactured after November 2014. For ColorChecker editions prior to November 2014, please use the former Reference Files, which can be downloaded from www.xritephoto.com
, including instructions how to replace and apply them in i1Profiler.
Profiling and optimizing profiles with very large patch sets (>3000) will require a very large amount of RAM. If profiling fails, reduce the amount of patches in the test chart.
Monitor calibration does not work when multiple monitors are in mirror mode (this issue affects Windows® installations only.)
i1Profiler does not support the calibration of displays connected via AirPlay.
If you have problems loading the display profile after it has been created or if the system cannot load the display LUTs, turn off Automatic Display Control (ADC) on the measurement page and try again.
i1Profiler uses OpenGL to display the profile’s 3D gamut. If you encounter a problem with the gamut preview, make sure that your video card drivers are up to date.
i1Profiler can import CGATS measurement files from other applications. However, the color engine has been optimized to work with the patch sets generated within i1Profiler. The profile quality from profiles made entirely within the i1Profiler workflow will exceed profiles made from legacy charts and measurements. In the case of CMYK+N profiles, some legacy patch sets may not even build a profile successfully. It is strongly recommended that users build new charts within i1Profiler for CMYK+N profiling.
If you are using Ambient Smart Light Control when making your display profile, expect to get higher Delta E values in Display QA. This function optimizes profiles for visual appearance based on measured ambient conditions not for minimal Delta E.
The i1ProfilerTray application looks for connected displays at launch. If you disconnect or connect a display, the i1ProfilerTray will not see the change until it is restarted, the user logs out or the system is restarted. On Windows the i1ProfilerTray can be restarted from the Programs\Startup menu, on Mac, the tray is located in the same folder as the i1Profiler application.
The application may lose its connection to a measurement device if the computer goes into sleep or hibernation mode. If this happens, disconnect and reconnect the device to restore the connection.
Installation of older applications that use the previous version of X-Rite Device Services may cause i1Profiler to not connect with devices or to not launch. If this occurs, reinstall i1Profiler to restore the latest Device Services.
If you encounter any problems connecting to your measurement device, please disconnect and reconnect the device to restore the connection.
Make sure your i1iSis power button is on when you connect the USB cable. If you connect with the button off, then turn the power on, the i1iSis will not be seen.
The i1iO device does not support single row charts.
You cannot measure an optimization test chart that contains patches extracted from an image if you are using an i1iO or i1iO2.
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