[argyllcms] Re: profiling camera

  • From: Marco Noldin <marconoldin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2011 00:02:00 +0200

I'm trying too but the only problem is that I can't find the way to avoid white 
scaling to Y=100.

You have to control the scanin result in the tiff file created with the -dipn 
option (look attachments). I think that the sampling boxes are not on target 
patches. I have created the .cht file for my miniCC with great effort and 
strange setting: BOX_SHRINK 40.0 but it seems work.

I use:

scanin -v2 miniCC.cht miniCC.cie
colprof -v2 -q u -a m

I'm using custom target value, the result is Profile check complete, peak err = 
4.378222, avg err = 1.602803 with the white scaled and the resulting images too 




Il giorno 04/ago/2011, alle ore 20:51, nino loss ha scritto:

> Hello everyone,
> In these summer days, I'm (once again) trying to profile a camera with Argyll 
> for use with Capture One. I get very very strange and unusable results from 
> scanin and colprof. Till I'll get to a new more sophisticated target, I have 
> a new CC24. The .tif image of which gave very good results with other 
> software (which I do not want to use anymore...).  I would greatly appreciate 
> your help with this:
> I used nothing but the commands described in "Typical usage Scenarios and 
> Examples":
> scanin -v scanner.tif colorchecker.cht colorchecker.cie
> colprof -v -D"Camera" -qm -am -u scanner
> This worked fine, only I see that the peak error is 102.779001 and the 
> average error is 37.968202
> Thank your very much in advance for your help.
> sincerely
> nino

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