If this video doea not address it nothing will! For EPSON

Started Mar 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
fft81
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Re: Relative colorimetric vs perceptual
In reply to Hugowolf, Mar 30, 2013

Hugowolf wrote:

fft81 wrote:

Hugowolf wrote:

One of the main problems of ColorMunki Photo, is that the iterative approach doesn't allow for providing profiles for others, which is something XRite and DataColor have been trying to achieve for years. Better for them that everyone buys a profiling system, than a few people providing profiling services.

Another is the drying time: ten minutes really isn't enough, especially for many dye based inks. (There are simple work arrounds for the ten minutes, but they are not pretty.)

Brian A

2. Go to: “Windows>System 32>Spool>Drivers>Color” copy the *.icm or .icc file that corresponds to monitor or printer profile you created. Share it all you like.

You miss the point. Maybe you haven't bought or sold custom profiles before. To make custom profiles for a remote machine involves the owner of that machine printing out a set of patches. sending the patch sheets to the profile maker, who then scans them and creates the profile, which is ususally email backed or put up on an FTP site.

Brian A

I was not thinking in terms of providing commercial service; those who do provide commercial service should be using the 3,000 patch system mentioned in the video. I was thinking more in terms of you sharing your profiles with a friend or colleague; who is using the same printer/paper/ink. Or even a print service offering their icc profiles for soft proofing via their website....

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