Argyll 1.3.4 adds support for recent X-Rite and ColorMunki colorimeters

Argyll 1.3.4 adds support for recent X-Rite and ColorMunki colorimeters

Graeme Gill has just released a new version of Argyll color management system that adds support for X-Rite i1 Display Pro and ColorMunki Display colorimeters.

A new type of Argyll colorimeter calibration file (CCSS) has been created to support the kind of calibration these devices use, and there's also a new tool called i1d3ccss now created specifically for converting vendor's calibration files to .ccss files. Additionally non-1931 second degree observer was created for them.

There are some smaller changes in the new version that still mean a lot: Spyder drivers has been tuned to work better on Linux, printtarg has been adjusted to allow variable patch size for X-Rite DTP20, and gamut finding code has been improved too.

Argyll's homepage has all the download links to source code and builds for Windows and Mac that you might need. This color management system currently has few 3rd part GUIs like dispcalGUI, and it's also used by GNOME Color Manager.

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