New article on color management

Started Apr 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
Detail Man
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Re: Question: Is there a Windows equivelent to COLORSYNC ?
In reply to Roy Sletcher, Apr 30, 2013

Roy Sletcher wrote:

Detail Man wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0bxSD-Xx-Q

High resolution version: http://digitaldog.net/files/ColorGamut.mov

By Andrew Rodney, author of “Color Management for Photographers”

Website: http://digitaldog.net/

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Here is a 3-D viewer widget for comparing color spaces:

http://www.iccview.de/content/view/3/7/lang,en

Bruce Lindbloom's web-site also has a 3-D viewer widget (for a list of color-spaces) here:

http://www.brucelindbloom.com/index.html?WorkingSpaceInfo.html#Viewer

I watched the Digital Dog video. Extremely well presented, and a complex subject clearly explained.

I was intrigued by the Apple Colorsync utility which enabled Printer profiles to be visually compared to defined color spaces by means of a 3D plot.

My Question:

Does a PC or Windows utility exist which does the same thing, or close to the same thing?

I am calibrate my monitor and make printer/paper profiles with colormunki, and would like to see the co-relation between the two in 3D graphic format.

No direct experience with such applications. Googling the search terms:

"3-D color space windows"

... turned up a few apps with versions for Windows. Interestingly, they are all somewhat "dated":

Trial version allows 20 tests (2008): http://www.gamutvision.com/

Limited functionality trial version (2005): http://www2.chromix.com/colorthink/std/

Freeware (2007): http://www.couleur.org/

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