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    thanks for good information

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    Softproofing profiles

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob12345 View Post
    Unless I'm missing something then, the only way to see what you want to see is by making prints and comparing them visually.
    You can "softproof" the visual range of a profile in Photoshop without making a print. Go to View/Proof Setup/ Custom, and choose the profile you wish to use for viewing. Photoshop will accurately softproof the effect. Be sure to click on the "Preserve Numbers" box. You can choose to view with any of the standard rendering intents. This is available for RGB or CMYK, but unfortunately, not for n-color profiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
    during soft proofing proces color conversion proces is
    input->lab->output->lab>working rgb->lab->monitor rgb
    hi super silja,

    Don't agree with your statement!

    In general, there is no difference between on-screen/soft proofing and digital print proofing. Typically, the color conversion for soft/digital proofing looks like this:

    Source->PCS->Simulation->PCS->Destination

    where Destination is a printer media or a display icc profile.

    More detailed iinformation can be found in chapter "1.2 Fundamentals of Softproofing" of "[URL="http://www.printroot.com/forum/f13/fogra-softproof-handbook-2241/"]Fogra Softproof Handbook[/URL]"

    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by T. Schruda View Post
    ...and i do have an eizo aRGB screen.
    according eizo, is it wide gamut and calibrated?
    I guess, T.Shruda meant 'sRGB screen', that means it's a narrow gamut monitor.
    Cheers,
    CW

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    lol

    when i write "i have an aRGB screen".. why do YOU say i mean "sRGB" ??

    a=adobe .. s=s.. ??

    the thread is totally drifting off.

    i just asked for a plain discription of how a very simple patch file should look that i can print with the different profiles a i have for the same printer /ink combination to see which profiling method gives me the largest gammut! and the extreme colors.. i know how to compare gamuts on screen with software OF COURSE!

    i want to see the actual practicyl result and differences on the paper!

    it doesnt matter AT ALL! what kind of screen i have..

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    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
    during soft proofing proces color conversion proces is
    input->lab->output->lab>working rgb->lab->monitor rgb
    The working (RGB) space has absolutely NOTHING whatsoever to do with soft-proofing. If it did, everyone would get different soft-proofs from the same file/simulation profile depending on their working space. But this is not the case as the working space does not enter into the soft-proofing process.

    Just more of your nonsense again silja! And you STILL haven't explained how to do your rubbish maintenance on a spectro, nor have you said how it is possible for a diffraction grating to have any resolution rating.

    You're just full of crap but love to tell everyone that they're wrong about everything. Start checking your facts and get your head our of your ass, but it's so far up there it's probably stuck there for good now.

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    thanks for the info

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    lol...

    i had silja help me before, too though!.. so dont be too rude.

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