If you print thru normal printer driver, it probably accepts RGB data no
matter what inks are in. So you need to profile printer as RGB device. This
is true for all home/office printers but for large, as your, it depends.
Maybe someone can tell how to determine if printer is RGB or CMYK-like
device for applications?
ср, 4 лип. 2018 о 10:29 Thomas Sprinzing <sprinzing@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> пише:
first a quick intro: Name is Thomas, i work with Stuttgart Media
University and my job there is to wath ink dry. I specialise on gravure
printing, amongst other stuff that includes advanced tinkering with al
kinds of electronic devices to better understand waht happens when
ink hits substrate.
Recently, we have acquired some new tools for our labs, namely the P7000
with ultrachrome inks and a Minolta FD9 scanning spctrometer. While
we're at it, i figured i might try to better understand what's happening
within icc color mgmt, and to better know argyll by trying to
profile the P7000.
Has anyone tried to do this before?
I crashed on the first wall generating a target, since argyll seems to
have an eight colour limit, but the P7000 uses 11.
The colour palette we use (and the designations) are:
PK Photo Black
LK Light Black
MK Matte Black
LC Light Cyan
VM Vivid Magenta
VLM Vivid Light Magenta
There's another Palette, where V is replaced by LLK Light Light Black
Is there any chance on getting argyll to work with this?