OBS Color Monitor 0.2.1
This is a minor release of OBS Color Monitor.
Changes from 0.1.7 are
- Added dock widget
- Changed default graticule color to amber.
- Changed default graticule style.
- Changed default skintone line (very small change).
obs-color-monitor-0.2.1-Windows.zip (provided below) and extract to your OBS Studio installed directory or download
obs-color-monitor-0.2.1-Windows-Installer.exe and execute it.
obs-color-monitor-0.2.1-macos.zip (provided below) and extract in
See install instruction for details.
Download and install
obs-color-monitor_1-0.2.1-1_amd64.deb (provided below)
Or, compile from source for other distribution.
- Not all binaries are tested.
- Windows: This release is tested.
- MacOS: 0.1.5 was the last tested release.
- Ubuntu: never tested but the source code is tested on CentOS 8.
- Binary is not signed for macOS.
- Performance is much slower on macOS.
- Currently each source is individual so that it transfers frame data from GPU to CPU. In future release, I will change this to transfer frame once for all sources in the dock to reduce performance penalty.
- Only program is selected by the dock.
- Since the implementation of the dock is a large change, consider to use 0.1.7 just in case if something is wrong on your system.
- Accuracy of the result is not guaranteed.
- I'd like to thank Jakub, creator of https://vectorscope.co/ who gave me information about the skin tone line of the tool. It is a standalone tool running on Windows to capture desktop region quickly and show the vectorscope and waveform in real time.
- I also thank those who gave me feedback on Github, Facebook, and the forum on OBS Project page.