- Nov 14, 2021
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- Printer Model
- Epson XP 15000
Just a couple of questions about your batchCouple of things that may already be in this thread (but I missed) and others that aren't so I thought I'd share while I have the info in my noggin.
1. Getting hold of the AdobeRGB1998.icc is an exercise in groundhog day frustration if you try the official channels. This workaround via the webarchive does work:
2. Little Argyll GUI works great to get you up to speed initially but doesn't appear to load up ini files using the ALT Click method suggested. I might be doing things wrong but ultimately I ended up using batch files instead.
3. In another thread it was suggested that creating profile targets using Portrait mode is a great way to avoid problems with the guide limitations on tools like the i1Pro, etc... To do this use R in the -p flag (eg: A4R) in printarg.exe
4. I've provided a modified of the CAP957 Grey 335 batch file to product A4 portrait mode targets and also allow you to input:
...for the final custom profile. Useful for helping you lookup the profile in Colour Management in Windows.
- Printer manufacturer
- Printer model
- Profile description
NB: rename to .bat once downloaded to allow it be run as a batch file.
How more accurate is this profile versus 480/600 patches profiles ? and in what ? colors or b/w prints or in fading effects ?
Why use 335 grey patches when usually 128 are enough for B/W prints ?
957 patches WOW, my last charts got 860 patches on A4R with -a0.84 and i had some problems reading some pattern sequence (with an i1pro rev d no uv-cut) but i don't have a ruler i used a thick white paper for it.
Any hints is welcome.