andrzej duda wrote:
On 14 Dec 2009, at 07:55, Nikolay Pokhilchenko wrote:You should use Ekta Space as Your source gamut while profiling display.I did it. It's actually BestRGB (Ekta Space was grayed in dispcalGUI). (c) 2009 adddr. Created with dispcalGUI and Argyll CMS: dispcal -v -d1 -c1 -P0.672,0.22,2.75 -H -qh -t6500 -b100 -g2.2 -f1 -k0 -A20 colprof -v -qh -al -s "/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/BetaRGB.icc" -cmt -dmt And nothing changed.
I think you will find that there is no practical significance to what you observe, since the colors involved are outside the spectrum locus, and therefore can never occur in real world images. They are a result of the CIECAM02 transformation, which is known to have problems with non-real world colors. Doing a gamut mapping from a super-big source space (such as ProPhoto) is not useful though, since this will over compress anything in that space. For large source encoding colorspaces you need to use a different workflow in which you first do any desired manual image adjustment, and then gamut map from the specific image gamut to the destination print space. (ie. this is an "input referred" type of workflow rather than re-rendering from one output space to another.) I will (once again) take a look at the CIECAM02 conversion to see if there is anything that can be done about it, but this is really a research problem (ie. there is a whole CIE technical committee TC8-11 composed of some rather eminent color scientists currently looking for a solution to this particular issue.) Graeme Gill.