[Openicc] - CM Framework - Printer Driver - output intent
homann at colormanagement.de
Mon Jun 20 09:35:43 PDT 2011
Hello Mike, hello list
If we are talking about a workflow with PDF/X spool files, where the PDF
output intent is the printer profile with embedded driver settings, we
still have to think about, how to transport the embedded driver setting
to the driver (e.g. Gutenprint).
As Gutenprint needs a raster file as input, I would prefer, that the
output of ..toraster contains has an embedded profile which is identical
to the PDF output intent.
Gutenprint parses the rasterfile for an embedded profile, extracts the
driver settings and is synchronized with the printer profile.
In a former e-mail, you rejected such workflow, without defining a clear
alternative how top transport driver settings to Gutenprint, which are
embedded in the printer profile.
Anything new from you about this topic ?
Am 20.06.11 16:47, schrieb Michael Sweet:
> On Jun 20, 2011, at 5:52 AM, Richard Hughes wrote:
>> On 20 June 2011 13:16, Robert Krawitz<rlk at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
>>> Do you mean to "query" colord? No. It should simply be told what
>>> settings to use, and use them. There's no good reason for Gutenprint,
>>> or even just the Gutenprint CUPS driver, to know anything about colord
>>> or any other kind of profile manager.
>> I think it makes a lot of sense for the Gutenprint CUPS driver to
>> query colord in the same way the gstoraster driver currently does.
> This falls apart for embedded device profiles in the original PDF document submitted to CUPS. If you assign a device profile at spool time (highly recommended to make user profile management simpler) then you should also assign the driver options associated with that profile at spool time.
> Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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