On 2006 Jun 30, at 9:34 PM, Graeme Gill wrote:
> Morgan Redman wrote: > >> Class: Output > > This will cause a problem if you want OSX to use the profile for > your display. This is set by the type of device chosen in the > .ti3 file. Normally this would be created by dispread for a > display, and it would be set appropriately. Where did the .ti3 > come from ?
I'm guessing he /might/ have gotten it from Gretag Macbeth's MeasureTool. At least, some time ago, I spent an hour or so trying to create a profile with the Eye-One Pro, MeasureTool, and Argyll, and I seem to remember having somewhat similar problems.
The display profiles that Eye-One Match creates are ``good enough,'' even though I have a strong suspicion that Argyll'd do a lot better (if for no reason than the ability to use a lot more patches). As much as I'd love to create a multiple-thousand patch chart for my PowerBook display and let the thing run all night, I've had more important things to worry about.
(My CRT is /very/ close to sRGB even without a profile, after pressing all the buttons on the bezel as instructed by Eye-One Match, which is why this hasn't been very important.)
If this is something you'd be interested in working on, though, I'd be glad to help. Would you like me to, say, create a small chart, measure it, and send you the CGATS data from MeasureTool?