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    Junior Member gabibyte is on a distinguished road
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    I've got an i1 as well and the color management option in retail RIPs costs a lot of money. I'm trying to find a software which can create ICC profiles which i can then use to plug them in to my RIP software.

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    at the moment i'm using i1profiler in my studio with the i1pro, but before I used ProfileMaker 5, did a pretty good job!

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    Profiling Software for I one Pro

    The best way for you is to download a full functionally version of basiccolor profiler. it works for 14 days. You have to register and then you can test it . The results are very good.

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    i like profile maker pro 5

    I like very good profile maker 5 pro for macintosh

    amedeus

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    Profilemaker

    Hallo,

    you are right. Profilemaker 5 works and you will have good results. But normally you have to pay for this software. We tested different Profiling Tools concerning to the Atob and BtoA Table. And you see that freeware tools like Argyl not so good in quality results.

    best regards

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    software

    Hi,

    You can use i1 match software to create RGB profiles (with small RGB chart or TC9.18 RGB chart).
    Print the RGB chart with no color management (no color adjustment) condition in the software, then measure it with i1 pro + i1 match.

    If you need to create CMYK profile, you have to print CMYK chart (small or large chart) with RIP software.
    Almost RIP software support CMYK color print.
    You just need to make linearized condition on your printer device before print the CMYK chart then measure it with i1 match or with RIP software (full feature RIP software) to create icc profile.

    If your i1 match only have basic function (small chart), you can use profile maker software to measure and create icc profile.

    Thanks

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