[Openicc] GoSoC 2011: CPD and Color Management
ku.b at gmx.de
Fri Apr 29 02:26:41 PDT 2011
Am 29.04.11, 11:18 +0200 schrieb Jan-Peter Homann:
> Hello all,
> I´m happy to hear that the proposal was accepted. I plan to help where I can.
> I read the proposal and the links provided by Till.
> One central point to solve is the association of a driver setup with an
> ICC-profile. A very smart approach to this task was already discussed in the
> list is as following:
> - All necessary informations to setup the driver are encoded in the profile
> incl. e.g.
> - per channel ink limiting
> - per channel calibration curves
> - resolution
> - rasterization
> This allows an easy exchange of profiles between users and secures, that
> driver setting and profile will match after the profile is imported.
> From the GUI, the profile chooser will be the center for all color relevant
> During profile generation we need a communication layer between the driver
> (e.g. Gutenprint) and the profile generation software (e.g. ArgyllCMS). This
> communication layer pulls the driver setup, wich was active during printing
> the testchart and writes the information into the profile.
> I would prefer a solution, which would be independent both from drivers and
> profiling solutions, so that it could be e.g. implemented into Oyranos or
> g-c-m with may be Gutenprint and ArgyllCMS being the first solutions to
> support it. Even if the profiling solution would not support it directly,
> such information could easily integrated into every ICC-profile afterwards
> through Oyranos or g-c-m.
> The main question for prototyping would be to find a first driver developer
> who will be able to support the project:
> Do You think Gutenprint would support such a project ?
> If yes, what will be a timeframe for Gutenprint being able to import a
> complete setup with one file ?
> Do you think, that the ICC automated workflow group would support the project
> with an outlook to be an official applied ICC tag ?
ICC appears already prepared for the registration of meta tag data.
I usually tent to wait some months that things can settle. That helps
typical with improved quality. The approach covers monitors, cameras and
soon printers. While the former can be calibrated by a set of almost fixed
properties, the later will be based on vendor dependent PPD content. So
for Gutenprint that might work with a fixed set I guess.
developing for colour management
www.behrmann.name + www.oyranos.org
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