Category Archives: Settings for DeviceLink Profiling

Exceptions

Exceptions are used to allow targeted color conversion of special colors. Exceptions ensure that special properties of colors are preserved. read more…

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Creating DeviceLink Profiles: The Exception ‘Adapt TVI to source profile’

A further setting option, Adapt TVI to source profile, has been added under the Primaries Exception for CMYK-to-CMYK DeviceLink profiles. read more…

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Rendering

Every DeviceLink profile contains exactly one rendering intent. In addition to the choice of the standard rendering intents – Perceptual, Relative Colorimetric, Saturation, and Absolute Colorimetric – CoPrA offers a further four methods. As a result, you can individually tailor the rendering for your particular application. read more…

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Black Generation

Black Generation defines the method to generate black for the target color space. Target Profile uses the separation from the read more…

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Black Control Range

The Black Control Range defines a limit for the calculation of the intersection to black. read more…

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Black Point

The Black Point is the darkest color value in a profile – it is usually also the point with the maximum amount of color. You have a choice of different modes for defining the Black Point, and the mode can also be changed at a later stage. read more…

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