> 2. ProfileMaker:
> Using UVcut will produce only one set measurement -> more speed. ->
> save option: UVcut -> result = ICC profile
> Using NO will produce only one set measurement -> more speed. -> save
> option: noUVcut -> result = ICC profile
> For direct building of ICC profiles you don't need more options, so
> you'll get the same speed.
But what are we doing, precisely, here?
It does not activate the correct for optical brightener box in PMP, and it
does build a different profile.
In the example I just built using the compare function in Measuretool the
measurement files so no difference in densitometric measurements Delta E
2000 of 0 across the board.
Colorimetric shows average 1.22 with worst of 4.35.
Where is this data difference coming from? Is PMP averaging the two data
sets to create the profile?
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