Fan of Printing
- Nov 3, 2021
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- Canon G570, EPSON L800/L3150
Thanks. The HP paper arrived.Here is the patch sheet with 96 patches , I'm normally using it to profile small 4"x6" papers, but it's just fine for the fading tests since the the i1profiler software supports the data analysis - deltaE - averaging etc - with the data analyze tool so I don't need to run extra spreadsheets etc.
My version of i1Profiler does not let me create patch sheets with less than 400 patches, I was using the X-Rite Colorport software for the patch sheet definition long time ago which is very flexible in this respect, and you can export the patch sheet data in various formats -X-Rite compatible and import it into i1Profiler, and it accepts 96 patches - or more - or even less this way, I have an even smaller one with 50 patches which I tested against the Color Munki profiler kit.
There is a pretty nice, already rather old Java program, ColorInspector3D, which displays the color of an image file in various color spaces, this can show the distribution and the weight of the individual colors.
You can see that all colors and all outer edges are occupied by colors of the ptach sheet, and there is a pretty equal distribution long the surfaces and the inside of the RGB color space. You can play with other display options, and it displays in 3D. it does not allow you do overlays and does not support compressed .tiff files, but .png and other.
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It's almost the same how I use it in i1profiler. I just direct edit the txt patch files sometimes.