[argyllcms] Re: Number of patches - well behaved printer?

  • From: Iliah Borg <ib@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2011 18:18:28 -0500

Dear Rishi,

> "Alternatively, profiles done from targets shot using different exposures are 
> in wide use; operator just selects the proper proper profile based on visual."
> Really? What software packages use this principle? Not Adobe products, or 
> digiKam, or RPP from what I know... I'm curious!

I'm sorry but I do not understand what is the issue. One can surely make 
different profiles for differently exposed target shots; or films scanned 
(think Vuescan) with different in-scanner exposure settings; than, opening an 
image, to go through profiles and see which one suits better.

If you are asking about combining targets - which is a whole different question 
- than yes, one needs to do some job composing a CGATS file and combining 
bitmaps for a standard profiler to chew those. But that is relatively 
straightforward too.

Iliah Borg

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