xrite i1Studio

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NAwlins Contrarian Veteran Member • Posts: 6,611
Re: Not really a change

AFAIK, the older ColorMunki software (I think 1.2.4 was the last version--which incidentally I'm not sure runs under the current major operating systems)

I'm running ColorMunki Photo software 1.2.4 under WIndows 10. It can still be downloaded from XRite:


Unlike i1Studio and ccStudio, above and beyond calibration duties it also offers additional general purpose color measurement and color planning functions. I've documented house paint colors, autumn leaves, flower petals, etc.

Yes, there are functional reasons why one might use the older ColorMunki Photo software instead of the newer i1Studio software. Regarding whether the ColorMunki Photo software works under Windows 10-64 bit, X-Rite says (at https://www.xrite.com/service-support/product-support/calibration-solutions/colormunki-photo, "Existing ColorMunki Photo owners can download i1Studio software for 64 bit compatibility."

My guess is that sometimes, like for you, the old software works fine on newer OSes; and other times it has problems.

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