[argyllcms] Colprof error - can't open AdobeRGB1998.icc -- MacOS Lion

  • From: Mark MacKenzie <mjmackenzie22@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2012 08:56:03 -0700

I am working on my first successful use (I hope) of ArgyllCMS on MacOS Lion.  I am in an 
administrator account.  I have also tried various iterations of the colprof command using 
"sudo" and have received the same error.  In any case I reproduce the 
appropriate section from my terminal.

Also, the AdobeRGB1998.icc file was freshly downloaded from Adobe and installed into 
"user/argyll/bin/AdobeRGB1998.icc"

I would appreciate help with this and unless my syntax is screwed up this may 
be of interest to other Lion users.

Thank you

Mark MacKenzie


iMacMGM:argyll mjmackenzie22$ PATH=$PATH:~/argyll/bin
iMacMGM:argyll mjmackenzie22$ colprof -v -D " PlainPaperTest" -qh -s 
AdobeRGB1998.icc  -cmt -dpp -O PlainPaperTest.icc PlainPaperTest
No total ink limit being used
No black ink limit being used
No of test patches = 1386
Estimating white point
Approximate White point XYZ = 0.826965 0.858922 0.711115, Lab = 94.266252 
-0.231224 -0.231341
Creating optimised per channel curves
Initial White Point XYZ 0.826965 0.858922 0.711115, Lab 94.266252 -0.231224 
-0.231341
About to optimise temporary matrix
 100%
About to optimise input curves and matrix
 100%
About to optimise output curves and matrix
 100%
About to optimise input curves and matrix again
 100%
About to optimise input, matrix and output together
 100%
About to adjust a and b output curves for white point
About to create grid position input curves
Create final clut from scattered data
************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
Doing White point fine tune:
Before fine tune, rel WP = XYZ 0.964297 1.000055 0.825131, Lab 100.002117 
0.007726 -0.015033
After fine tune, rel WP = XYZ 0.964200 1.000000 0.824900, Lab 100.000000 
0.000000 -0.000000
Creating fast inverse input lookups
White point XYZ = 0.827049 0.858969 0.711314, Lab = 94.268266 -0.223862 
-0.245653
Find black point
Black point XYZ = 0.056131 0.057914 0.045373, Lab = 28.879974 0.334916 1.318186
Done A to B table creation
Setting up B to A table lookup
colprof: Error - Can't open file 'AdobeRGB1998.icc'





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