[argyllcms] Re: printcal

  • From: Klaus Kompatscher <kkompatscher@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: <argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 09:20:10 +0200

That's a pity.
If lots of production was printed with a non perfectly linearized printer
it would be nice to use the same files to print on a second printer, which
uses the same inks and is not very different to the first one. It is obvious
that in a production ambient this would safe time and money.
Graeme may be you think about adding a feature to printcal ;-).

Thanks for the reply

Klaus Kompatscher

On 18.                        05.2010 4:38 Uhr, "Graeme Gill"
<graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Klaus Kompatscher wrote:
>> For my understanding with the above procedure printcal should match
>> the curves of the target printer although they are not linear but curved.
> Hi,
> as Nikolay says, this isn't the purpose of printcal. It's
> designed to set a linearisation and then maintain it. You can
> only get two printers to match by matching their targets (tricky
> to do, since the normal target is set as % of device), or
> by calibrating one and then using the resulting .cal file
> to recalibrate the other.
> You can control the overall curve shape somewhat using the -t option when
> setting the target.
> Graeme Gill.

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