dB labels in volume calibration All sliders and VU meter level bars have numeric labels showing min, max and current dB values.
High-contrast themes The user can switch between a bright and a dark high-contrast theme in addition to the existing low-contrast theme. The application defaults to one of the high-contrast themes.
Manual IP The option to manually enter the IP address of a device to connect to has been added.
Support for separate and independent recording devices Dirac Live now supports using recording devices on the same network in addition to microphones connected to the active device or local computer.
Project name in application title bar The name of the most recently loaded or saved project is provided in the top area (“title bar”) of the application.
Auto-save project The program is automatically saved to an autosave file (one file per device) after each measurement and every time a new filter has been calculated.
Warning about unsaved changes The user is warned if there are changes to measurements or filter design when exiting the program or loading a project, and will have to confirm the action.
Load project from command-line A project filename can be provided as a command-line argument to be loaded when the corresponding device is selected.
Better fit for localised texts The interface will adjust to accommodate the length of localised texts for improved readability and presentation.
Loud volume timeout indicator The safety lock for the loud playback master volume slider in the volume calibration step now has a visual indicator showing time remaining until the slider is re-locked.
Visibly interactive channel groups The interactivity of the channel groups in filter design has been made more discoverable and visible.
Removed the asterisk from recording devices The ✱ (asterisk) icon that indicated a default device has been removed from the recording device cards in the select recording device step.
Selected success toasts are persistent Notifications for successfully measured a position or exporting a filter will not time out and must be manually dismissed.
Improved the descriptions of some confusing error messages (issue 142)
Fixed crash when disconnected from network (issue 166)
Fixed crash when attempting to load a target curve from a .txt file that did not contain target curve data (issue 228)
Fixed that the impulse and magnitude responses were not visible after a position is re-measured (issue 243)
Fixed that some texts did not fit inside their widget areas at larger text sizes (issue 254)
Fixed a ski-jump ramp behaviour in the target curve close to the high frequency curtain (issue 260)
Clarified the sample rate information (issue 274)
Fixed that microphones connected through a USB dongle on a Mac computer were not detected as recording endpoints (issue 279)
Fixed incorrect message that the microphone had been disconnected (issue 282)
Fixed problems when logging in to account when already in an anonymous session using an Arcam device (issue 287)
Fixed that the log-in page became locked when there was an error during an attempted log-in (issue 294)
Fixed a startup crash on Mac when CoreAudio reported zero input and output channels (issue 302)
Relaxed screening restrictions to allows devices with an empty friendly name field (issue 324)
Fixed crash bug when exporting filters to Arcam or NAD T758 devices (issue 370)
Dirac Live v2.1.2 Changelog
Show device UUID and and allow it to be copied to clipboard The session ID is shown in relevant error dialogues. It can be copied to be pasted in communications with customer support.
Warn anonymous users that their measurements might be lost if not logged in Once only every time the application is run and the user is not logged into the Dirac account, a warning message is shown when a measurement is completed that the user should log in before saving the project.
Increase contrast in volume calibration The channel columns and level meter colours in the volume calibration step have been reworked for higher contrast and readability. The meters have been increased in size.
Increase contrast in measurement plot The contrast of the curves in the measurement step’s plot have been ramped up significantly.
EULA has been updated with information about saving and retrieving measurements.
Problems when going from one speaker to another during volume calibration if not pressing stop
When loading a target curve the GUI becomes transparent
Navigation texts difficult to read (too small)
Success toast is not persistent
Dirac Live v2.1.1 Changelog
Application feedback during boot Splash screen added at start-up to indicate that the application is loading.
Speaker groups are named and numbered. Speaker groups having names makes the relation between menu option and group affected clearer when saving and loading target curves.
Difficult to see text files containing saved target curves The Load Target Curve dialogue now shows .txt files by default alongside those with .targetcurve extension.
Enabling a filter from the sidebar The filter section of the sidebar has been redesigned with less ambiguous icons.
Improved filter export step The filter export interface has been made more instructive and is clear about that a slot must be selected before exporting to the device.
Application handles the situation of loading a project saved under a different configuration and displays an error.
Fixed readability issue with the Hertz limits in Filter Design were difficult to see for certain colours.
The headers in Filter Design’s options box are more readable.
The warning message about missing microphone when loading a project is no longer an error dialogue.
Filter is now automatically recalculated after loading a target curve.
Multiple confirmations for the same microphone has been joined to only one message.
Crash when removing mic in loaded project and using the arrows to go back to previous application steps fixed.
Fix for Qt bug where MacOS version of program crashes on start.
Fixed issue where a blank space before or after username made it impossible to log in.
Fixed issue with pink noise continued playing when proceeding from Volume Calibration to Select Arrangement without pressing stop