[Scribus] RGB vs CMYK
Mon Nov 27 20:23:47 CET 2006
Thanks to everyone who replied to my post. In addition to the
helpful info provided, I've also searched the Scribus archive
and found the following post
which highly recommends using Krita for RGB->CMYK conversion.
I've tried it out myself and can confirm everything that was
said in that post. Even so, since all my images are originally
in RGB, I think I'll stick to importing them direclty into
Scribus and letting Scribus do all the work.
On Mon, 27 Nov 2006, Craig Ringer wrote:
> avox wrote:
> >> I've experimented with both and the soft-proofed images
> >> appear quite different on screen as well as in PDF, but
> >> maybe this is just because the ImageMagick conversion isn't
> >> very good and I should be using another image processing
> >> software to do the RGB to CMYK conversion (or leaving it
> >> to the printer's own RIP)?
> > I think ImageMagick's RGB->CMYK conversion is unmanaged,
> > so you shouldnt use it. You should trust Scribus to do the
> > right thing during PDF export.
> tifficc and jpegicc from the LittleCMS package can do managed
> conversions, but they're not super user friendly. Since Scribus does the
> same thing internally (using the same library) when exporting to PDF,
> you might as well let Scribus do it.
> Craig Ringer
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