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Monitor Configuration Demo 1.2.0

Adjust monitor settings from Windows

  1. Stéphane Lenclud

    Description

    Application to adjust DDC/CI compatible monitor settings from Windows.
    This is just a technology demo for SharpLibMonitorConfig as opposed to a fully fledged user friendly application.
    To be able to control monitor brightness and contrast through keyboard shortcuts please consider using Command & Information Center.

    Screenshot

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    Features

    Monitor Configuration Demo supports features relevant to modern LCD panels.
    Some DDC features typically relevant to legacy CRT displays were left out, mostly because we did not have the hardware to test them.

    Supported

    • Brightness adjustment.
    • Contrast adjustment.
    • Color temperature profiles.
    • Color components gain.
    • Color components drive.
    • Factory reset.
    • Color settings factory reset.
    • Technology type (OLED, LED, CRT).

    Omitted

    • Degauss.
    • Display Area Position.
    • Display Area Size.

    Supported monitors

    Monitor Configuration Demo should work with any monitor supporting DDC/CI.
    During developments it has notably been tested against the following hardware:
    • Dell P2313H
    • Dell U2413
    • Dell U2415
    • Samsung SyncMaster 2443DW

    Supported platforms

    • Windows 10
    • Windows 8
    • Windows 7
    • Windows Vista
    Works on both x64 and x86 architectures.

    Known hardware issues

    Unlock color temperature profiles

    The Dell monitors we used during development claimed they did not support DDC color temperature profiles. However both tested Dell models did in fact have some level of color temperature profile support. This is the reason why we included a feature to unlock color temperature profiles allowing users to try it out regardless of the monitor exposed capabilities.

    Disclaimer

    Use at your own risks.

    References