Am 04.12.2006 um 14:29 schrieb Graeme Gill:
Burckhart Seifert wrote:The preview of 0.60 looks very misshaped in ProfileEditor, in VRML it looks very different to the preview of the same file calculated with 0.53 and I have some results out of tolerance in some patches of the MediaWedge.There's not much anyone can do, unless you are a bit more specific, such as attaching the .ti3 file (or mail it to me if you don't wish to make it public), so that we can take a look at it.
Hi Graeme, thanks for the reply. Here they are: http://www.colortaxi.de/misc/argyll/
The profile is intended to proof the output of ISO Coated in the ColorGATE RIP for the Epson Sylus Pro 4800..How are you using the profiles ? Is it for proofing, or for pretty pictures ?
Thanks for clearinng that. O.k. it doesn't matter if I do not link anything. So I leave the option -T out to write a device profile, but I get the same results.What sort of source profile are you linking it with ? What's the idea of forcing the saturation table to be absolute colorimetric (something that's kind of irrelevant, since you aren't supplying a source gamut, and absolute intent is not something that makes a lot of sense in the context of an ICC device profile - the table data is relative colorimetic by definition, and absolute intent is chosen at linking time. I'm not even sure what it does with such an option...)
cheers, Graeme Gill.
Greetings Burckhart Seifert