In targen examples, the usual example or scenario shown is to use -d2 for color
combination when generating the target colors. I have an HP3200 printer and the
total ink set is represented by -d10 in targen.
I believe I understand CM but it isn't clear how targen handles these two
options regarding ink.
My printer's use is only for fine art photography, and since the monitor is
calibrated in RGB it seems -d2 would be the correct option.
However, when I investigate other ICC profiles that were provided by various
companies for the HP3200, I see that internally they are marked as CMK profiles
and a few are RGB profiles.
Targen usage summary only explains that -d selects the colorspace. I'm using
Adobe1998 colorspace usually, so does a -d10 offer more exact color definition
than using only -d2 when generating the target colorspace.
Thanks for any information on this.