DisplayCAL for Linux 22.214.171.124 freeware
Calibrate and characterize your display devices using one of the many supported hardware sensors, with support for multi-display setups and a variety of available settings like customizable whitepoint, luminance, black level, tone response curve as well as the option to create matrix and look-up-table ICC profiles, with optional gamut mapping.
|Keywords||Argyll CMS calibration, Argyll CMS profile, display correction, calibrate, colorimeter, Argyll, correct|
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|126.96.36.199||Dec 15, 2019||New Release||Cosmetic UI Improve PCS to device gamut outline plot.|
|188.8.131.52||Dec 13, 2019||New Release||When previous instance was force quit, override leftover lockfile.
When using a custom profiling testchart with very few or no dark RGB gray patches, try to better maintain slope of existing points during shaper curve generation.
|184.108.40.206||Dec 8, 2019||New Release||Enhancement: Show the instrument serial number (if available) when prompting to physically interact with the instrument.
Enhancement: Check SpyderX dark offset calibration and abort if it is too high (user error).
Enhancement: Adjust perceptual device to PCS table black point to match perceptual PCS to device table.
Enhancement: Warn during automatic output levels detection if the display device input range or graphics driver output range look to be misconfigured.
Enhancement: Profile loader (Windows): Use an alternate method to enforce single instance if local IPC is blocked.
Tone response curve plot now uses the illuminant-relative profile whitepoint instead of D50 for input values if using absolute colorimetric intent.
Rename “LG OLED” (.dcl) 3D LUT format to “DeviceControl” and unlock available resolutions.