[Openicc] GoSoC 2011: CPD and Color Management
almccart at lexmark.com
Tue May 3 08:14:24 PDT 2011
Although the ink settings precede the profile, and may be the same in more
than one profile, it is still important for correct profile usage to record
in each profile the ink settings that are correct for that profile.
The ink settings are part of the underpinning of a profile determining its
Ann L McCarthy
Imaging Systems R&D
Lexmark International, Inc.
On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 5:39 PM, edmund ronald <edmundronald at gmail.com>wrote:
> I would recommend finding a way to pass the ink settings independently
> of a profile.
> The settings describe device linearisation and used choices (eg. dpi
> setting) and thus PRECEDE the profile in time.
> In this way the first prints -Targets- will be made with a given
> setting by printing to DeviceSpace for profiling.
> Many profiles can be made for a given set of settings, indeed some of
> these can refer to different paper types for which it is convenient to
> reuse a given ink setting.
> My Reasoning
> Is that settings are quite independent of profiles, and should thus
> not be bound to any one setting.
> Indeed Robert generates settings but AFAIK has never made a profile.
> On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 10:43 PM, Kai-Uwe Behrmann <ku.b at gmx.de> wrote:
> > I am searching a way to unambigously pass settings from the print client
> > (CPD, lpr) to the CUPS server and print driver (rastertoprinter).
> > There are two ways possible. Embedd the device calibration settings
> > into the print ICC profile. Or pass these settings independently.
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