[argyllcms] UV compensation using Eye-One

  • From: Lorenzo Ridolfi <lorenzo@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 21:19:10 -0300


I'm measuring and profiling a CMYK printer with my eye-one (rev. b no UV cut) and when I made a profile, I get the following result: FWA content = 0.332844. I'm still using version 0.60. This compensation assumes the Eye-One internal light (something near illuminant A) in the calculation or this only occurs in the newer version .070 ? According com GG's paper about FWA compensation, the spectrophotometer internal light is an important variable, AFAIK...

Another point: I can use this value (0.332844) to compare with the paper L*a*b reading and get some conclusion ?

Best regards,

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