[argyllcms] Re: Support for i1 Photo Pro 2 - dual pass

  • From: Jim Haddad <jimhaddad46@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2013 15:30:32 -0400

Ran across http://argyllcms.com/doc/FWA.html

I see now that Argyll uses a heuristic for FWA compensation.  Is there a
way to avoid this, and use the i1 Photo Pro 2's full capabilities?

If not, is that something we might see in the future?

On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Jim Haddad <jimhaddad46@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Using an i1 Photo Pro 2 with X-Rite's i1Profiler to read printer targets,
> each row is read twice, so M0, M1, and M2 readings are created.  First read
> is a white light, second read is UV light and looks like a blacklight.  (M0
> isn't well defined, but often is based on illuminant A, although doesn't
> specify anything regarding UV content.  M1 is based on D50.  M2 is uv-cut.)
> Using argyll's chartread, each row is only being read once with white
> light.
> Does argyll support dual passes with the i1 Photo Pro 2?
> If not, which M mode does chartread use by default?
> Am I missing a way to specify a different M mode to use?
> I apologize if I should have been able to find this information.  I've
> read the chartread, argyll "Eye-One Pro2" instrument support, and done lots
> of google searches, and haven't ran across a discussion of this.

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