Title: WMU Profiling Review 2005> Hi Dr. Sharma,
> IIf I recall correctly, in previous versions of the Profling Review, a
> "round-trip" test was implemented for determining printer profile
> quality. Being that there is at least one non-ICC compliant software in
> the printer group this time (GMG), and that it's doing a little more
> than simply creating an output profile, I assume this changes things a
> bit. How is this addressed in the review?
We are doing something new this time. I have decided to include non-ICC products as well. This gives the user a feel for what they can achieve within proprietary environments compared to pure ICC workflows. So I am including ICS Remote Director in the monitor category and GMG ColorProof in the printer category.
I will try and make the comparison valid, but as you rightly point out there are limitations. For printers I am testing the accuracy of the forward print process (B2A) and the accuracy of the proofing or display process (A2B). I am testing B2A and A2B separately. I am going to try to compare GMG ColorProof to an ICC profile B2A tag. Of course the document will explain this in more detail.
You asked a very good question.
Dr Abhay Sharma, Associate Professor
Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Imaging
Parkview Campus, Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI, 49008-5462
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