[argyllcms] Re: Wanted: Spyder 3 and ColorMunki Beta Testers - source update

  • From: Rick Richardson <rickrich@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 07:49:42 -0500

Yes I tried -h.  Here is the output:

$ printer-profile -S none km 2530 rgb 392
km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1

******************************** targen ********************************
targen  -d3 -f392 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1

******************************* printtarg ******************************
/home/rick/src/Argyll_V1.1.0_Beta/bin/printtarg -h -v -iCM -p Letter
-R0 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
Paper chosen is Letter  [215.9 x 279.4 mm]
Patches = 392
Test patches per row = 14
Rows per page = 14, patches per page = 196
Rows in last strip = 14, patches in last row = 14
Total pages needed = 2
Worst case delta E = 62.814226
Optimising layout for strip reader:
100%
After optimisation, worst delta E = 92.580079

******************************* print it *******************************
foo2lava-wrapper  -z0 -c -C10 -Gnone.icm
-rw-rw-r-- 1 rick rick 15356156 2009-03-11 18:28 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1.prn
Print it? [y|n]? y
        nc 192.168.1.13 9100 < xxx.prn

******************************* chartread ******************************
/home/rick/src/Argyll_V1.1.0_Beta/bin/chartread km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
Set instrument sensor to calibration position,
 and then hit any key to continue,
 or hit Esc, ^C or Q to abort:

Calibration failed with error :'User hit Abort Key' (No device error)

******************************** colprof *******************************
colprof -v -D"km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1" -qm -cmt -dpp km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
colprof: Error - CGATS file read error : Unable to open file
'km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1.ti3' for reading
cp: cannot stat `km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1.icc': No such file or directory
/usr/share/foo2lava/icm/testing.icm created!
/usr/bin/printer-profile: line 274: ll: command not found
$
$ printer-profile -S none km 2530 rgb 392
km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1

******************************** targen ********************************
targen  -d3 -f392 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1

******************************* printtarg ******************************
/home/rick/src/Argyll_V1.1.0_Beta/bin/printtarg -h -v -iCM -p Letter
-R0 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
Paper chosen is Letter  [215.9 x 279.4 mm]
Patches = 392
Test patches per row = 14
Rows per page = 14, patches per page = 196
Rows in last strip = 14, patches in last row = 14
Total pages needed = 2
Worst case delta E = 62.814226
Optimising layout for strip reader:
100%
After optimisation, worst delta E = 92.580079

******************************* print it *******************************
foo2lava-wrapper  -z0 -c -C10 -Gnone.icm
-rw-rw-r-- 1 rick rick 15356124 2009-03-12 07:47 km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1.prn
Print it? [y|n]? n

******************************* chartread ******************************
/home/rick/src/Argyll_V1.1.0_Beta/bin/chartread km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
Set instrument sensor to calibration position,
 and then hit any key to continue,
 or hit Esc, ^C or Q to abort:
Calibration complete
About to read strip pass A
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass B
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:

Strip read failed due to misread (Too many patches)
Hit Esc to give up, any other key to retry:
About to read strip pass B
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass C
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass D
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:

Strip read failed due to misread (Too many patches)
Hit Esc to give up, any other key to retry:
About to read strip pass D
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:

Strip read failed due to misread (Too many patches)
Hit Esc to give up, any other key to retry:
About to read strip pass D
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass E
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass F
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass G
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass H
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass I
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass J
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass K
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass L
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass M
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass N
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass O
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass P
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass Q
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass R
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass S
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass T
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass U
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass V
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass W
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass X
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass Y
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass Z
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass AA
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK
About to read strip pass AB
Trigger instrument switch or any key to start, Esc, ^C or Q to give up:
 Strip read OK

******************************** colprof *******************************
colprof -v -D"km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1" -qm -cmt -dpp km-2530-rgb-392-bpp1
No total ink limit being used
No black ink limit being used
No of test patches = 392
Estimating white point
Approximate White point XYZ = 0.720801 0.742818 0.613133, Lab =
89.055484 0.962282 -0.037674
Creating optimised per channel curves
Initial White Point XYZ 0.720801 0.742818 0.613133, Lab 89.055484
0.962282 -0.037674
About to optimise temporary matrix
............
About to optimise input curves and matrix
...............................................................
About to optimise output curves and matrix
...........................
About to optimise input curves and matrix again
.......................
About to optimise input, matrix and output together
..........
About to adjust a and b output curves for white point

About to create grid position input curves

Create final clut from scattered data
***********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
Doing White point fine tune:
Before fine tune, WP = XYZ 0.964821 1.000772 0.825502, Lab 100.029824
-0.021274 0.002746
After fine tune, WP = XYZ 0.721265 0.743390 0.613580, Lab 89.082478
0.943335 -0.035223
Creating fast inverse input lookups
Compensate scattered data for input curves
White point XYZ = 0.721265 0.743390 0.613580, Lab = 89.082478 0.943335 -0.035223
Find black point
Black point XYZ = 0.027616 0.028088 0.022501, Lab = 19.261201 0.992656 0.590786
Done A to B table creation
Setting up B to A table lookup
Creating B to A tables
Rev cache RAM = 2062 Mbytes
There is 1 rev cache instance with 2062 Mbytes limit
100%
Done B to A tables
Creating gamut boundary table
100%
Done gamut boundary table
There is 1 rev cache instance with 2062 Mbytes limit
profile check complete, peak err = 5.603888, avg err = 1.695349
/usr/share/foo2lava/icm/testing.icm created!

> Apart from being more demanding in lining the instrument up,
> the main disadvantage I noticed is that the instrument pads
> can slightly mark the next row.
>
>> I remembered to not hit the trigger momentarily, because after that I
>> get "comms failure", lsusb hangs, and I need to reboot the system.
>
> Have you tried the latest development snapshot ? It should have fixed this.

Oh.  I didn't know about that.  I will try it today.


> Apart from it being kind of clunky to use in scan mode (the rubber stoppers
> on it that are designed to help "one spot at a time" mode being a hindrance
> in swipe mode), the main thing I notice is that you have to be careful to
> keep the cord out of the way. It's too easy to catch it on something.
> Oh, that and clicking the button accidentally (it's much too big - it
> should be smaller and more recessed, so that the instrument can be grasped
> without as much danger of clicking it unintentionally).
>
> Graeme Gill



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