I know of the nice options -w -W and -d, but would like some way to render a
patchset (a little like printtarg) with each patch being split in two (for the
two inputs to colverify). So I can visually compare how much different I
perceive the difference (given the rendering limitation of the screen of
course, possibly print instead). Several GUIs do this for monitor calibration.
On 19 Dec 2017, at 12.57, Henrik Olsen <henrikolsen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Are there any tools in the argyllcms suite, or free 3rd party tools, that can
relatively easily visualize the differences noted by colverify?
I’m thinking output could be an image with the compared color patches shown,
typically right next to each other (box split in two triangles), possibly
with indication of delta E as overlay or below. Possibly also options for
sorting, e.g. highest to lowest delta E.
It could also be a graph with colors on x-axis and deltaE on y-axis.
Concrete usage could be to compare a preconditioned target with actual
measurement after printing. Then I’d be able to visualise how far a 3rd party
canned profile is from what I actually print - even before making a profile
on my own (could be 3rd party used for preconditioning is so good you won’t
even make another one, should you be that lazy).
It might also be beneficial to render test images through two compared
datasets/profiles (3rd party vs custom) to better feel the impact.
Has anyone experience in making such presentations?