From: Graeme Gill Date: Mon, 09 Nov 2009 18:23:15 +1100 > Gerhard Fuernkranz wrote: > > > This applies indeed to the other, gamma-adjusted space presented by the > > driver to the user. It certainly suffers from the problem that summing > > the colorant values won't sum up the actual ink amounts (but there is a > > non-linear relationship). I understand that this is the obvious reason > > why you wanted to calibrate the _raw_ space of the halftoning engine > > instead. > > V1.1.0 colprof takes care of that if the .ti3 ends up with calibration > tables embedded into it, which will be the case if printtarg is supplied > with the calibration using either the -K or -I options. Similarly > collink will take the calibration into account when computing > total ink limits if the profiles it is given have the calibration > embedded in the .ti3 embeded in them by colprof. > Does it mean that I shouldn't use -nc option in colprof if I want to set the total ink limit in collink? What does the total ink limit parameter mean for colprof when the calibration curves are provided? For example I have the calibration with limits detected by printcal C=79% M=68% Y=48% K=52%. If all channels is at their maximums, will the summ be account in colprof/collink as 247% or 400%?