Monitorian is a desktop tool to adjust the brightness of multiple monitors with ease. The user can change the brightness of monitors, including external ones, either individually or in unison. For the system with an ambient light sensor, the adjusted brightness can be shown along with configured one. In addition, the user can change the adjustable range of brightness for each monitor seamlessly. To control an external monitor, the monitor must be DDC/CI compatible and the function enabled. If a monitor is connected through an converter, docking station or other device, such a device must be also compatible. At least, Surface Dock works. In contrast, an USB to HDMI/DisplayPort converter which supports DDC/CI is not yet known to exist. Add-on features are available on a subscription basis. Those features include the following: - Customizable hot keys and shortcut keys - Control over monitors more than 4 Add-on features will not affect the function to recognize monitors. It is advised to check if those functions work as intended during the trial period.
What's new in this version
Ver 2.13 - Improve internal process Ver 2.11 - Add ru-RU (Russian) language - Add pl-PL (Polish) language - Add zh-Hans (Simplified Chinese) language Ver 2.10 - Extend command-line options Ver 2.9 - Add setting for mouse wheel - Improve codes Ver 2.8 - Adjust mouse wheel roll Ver 2.7 - Enable to change adjustable range - Adjust scan process Ver 2.6 - Enable to defer update of brightness Ver 2.5 - Fix issue on empty description Ver 2.4 - Improve scan process Ver 2.3 - Change scan process Ver 2.2 - Change setting to show adjusted brightness by ambient light enabled as default - Fix bugs Ver 2.1 - Add option to show this app for a moment to hot keys - Change location to show when the icon is in overflow area - Fix bugs Ver 2.0 - Enable operation by arrow keys - Redesign slider - Introduce add-on features
- Adjust the brightness of multiple monitors