[argyllcms] Re: VRML

  • From: Roger <graxx@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 07:54:03 -0400

Got it!!

I had to use:

 Verify.exe -W -v File.txt File.txt

Then it created File.wrl which I could view under Internet Explorer through
the Cortona Plug-in.

Question. In order to display the color in WRML, some color conversion has
to take place, right? Can I have any influence on the color conversion? The
destination color space? 

It seems the resulting colors are quite desaturated.


> I've been there too...
> After downloading the binaries I rename verify.exe to _verify.exe and
> use that instead.
> Martin Weberg
> 2009/3/25 Nikolay Pokhilchenko >:
> > Windows command-line processor (cmd.exe) have fixed dedicated command
> 'verify'. Try enter "verify /?". You should enter exactly "verify.exe",
> not just "verify" to point the right file in Windows!

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