[Scribus] color management
Fri Jun 25 21:02:58 CEST 2004
On Friday 25 June 2004 01:33 pm, PLiinnell wrote:
> Have you reviewed the docs on color managment here :
I did a quick read previously but re-read it just now.
Regarding the section on final printing where it states:
"Postscript Output - This would require having your images tagged before being
placed in Scribus files when outputting a Scribus document either: as pure
postscript or as individual EPS files. Scribus uses a combination of level 2
and level 3 postscript, depending on the images within the document. Level 2
and Level 3 postscript can read and use icc profiles within an image. Most
color postscript devices will read the embedded profiles and use them to
render color within the postscript."
I'm sending the output to a PS printer (set up in CUPS using the manufacturers
PPD). So is it correct to assume that this applies and that the images should
themselves be tagged for proper printing?
"The camera's itself performs come automatic color balancing and auto adjusts
the output for the sRGB range or color space."
Seems to suggest that maybe the photo may already be in sRGB colorspace. Are
photos generally tagged from the camera? Is this part of the EXIF data? I do
notice that if I use ImageMagick to remove the EXIF data the files are
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