Category Archives: DeviceLink Editing

Provided Test Images (EditCharts)

Compilation of Suitable Test Images The motifs of a test image play a central role for the creation, control and read more…

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Visual Tools for the Editing of DeviceLink Profiles

Existing DeviceLink profiles can be edited in CoPrA to quickly achieve good results in applications with special requirements. To create read more…

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Editing of DeviceLink Profiles: Customize Source and Target Colors in Test Images (EditCharts)

To incorporate any desired color transformation into a DeviceLink profile, like general corrections or selective color corrections, this color transformation read more…

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Creating Printer and DeviceLink Profiles: Format, Size and Further Processing

In the last step in profiling you can assign a Name for the profile and choose the Format and Size read more…

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Creating customized DeviceLink Profiles by using edited Test Images (EditCharts)

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One of the most powerful features of CoPrA is the ability to create customized DeviceLink profiles based on individually adapted read more…

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Profile Reports

Profile reports can be created together with printer or DeviceLink profiles. To do so, activate the checkbox Create Profile Report read more…

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