Thu Feb 15 19:49:34 CET 2007
* Aurelien Roux <Aurelien.Roux at univ-lemans.fr> [2007-02-15 14:53:02 +0100]:
> First of all, thanks for your answer on- or offlists.
> As some of you asked me, I precise that I work under Debian AMD 64
> I work with the packaged version for Ubuntu of scribus-ng (64bits arch),
> and ICC-Profiles coming from Debian AMD64 repository (I should verify
> that, I'm not so sure).
This sounds a bit strange. If you are running Debian/sid/amd64 then why are
you using the Ubuntu package? I'm curious. Debian/sid has the latest
scribus-ng version in its main archive and it's autobuilt for amd64.
> Le Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 03:42:09PM +0100, Kai-Uwe Behrmann a ?crit :
> > Am 15.02.07, 09:09 +0100 schrieb Aurelien Roux:
> > > 1. What are the advantages, specifities, etc. of each profile (in fact I
> > > use sRGB, ECI, and LStar profiles) ?
> > sRGB is a monitor alike colourspace and the default for web and Microsoft
> > (before Vista) graphics.
> > ECI RGB is intendet to cover most of todays colour devices and not more.
> > Obsoleted by LStar-RGB.
> > LStar-RGB is a colour space merging the advantage of CIE*Lab's L channel
> > and a conventional RGB workspace (ECI RGB).
> > CIE*Lab is considered the standard perceptual uniform colours space.
> Well I found that on the web. That's why I did use LStar-RGB.
> > Use sRGB as described above and in unmanaged workflows.
> Do you mean when the printer service don't know much/anything about
> colour management ?
> > For other new created documents I would recommend LStar in
> > photographers, prepress and graphic designer workflows.
> That's what I'm about to do.
> > > 2. How can I be sure of what I'm supposed to get on the paper ? (I've to
> > > add that my graphisms are done with Gimp, so in RGB, and then it's
> > > scribus which turns them to CMYK) I thought that, as I used an
> > > ICC-profile and my screen was well-configured, I was supposed to get the
> > > same as I saw on the screen, but in fact, as I gave the files to a
> > > printer agency to print some tests, I didin't get the same, and more, I
> > > didn't get the same for the same profile one day to the other. I tried
> > > to explain the printer agency that it was their fault, but they don't
> > > want to hear it, so I want to be sure.
> > Did you sign a contract proof. Then you can claim to recieve results in
> > certain limits related to this proof document.
> In fact, I don't have send the proof yet, cause it's thet contract proof
> I'm trying to get.
> In fact, I don't want to work with the printer agency which I named in
> my first mail, cause they're quite bad, etc., but as they're just next
> to my house, I just want them to print the proof. And they can't do
> twice the same.
> > Otherwise you have not much in your hands except the print house garanties
> > some kind of quality standard.
> > > 3. How can I be sure my screen is well-configured ?
> > Look for instance here
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_color_management#Monitor_calibration_and_profiling
> > and possibly there
> > http://linux.vilars.com/dotclear/index.php?2006/10/21/4-are-loaded-profile-under-linux-as-accurate-as-in-windows
> OK, thanks.
> > regards
> > Kai-Uwe Behrmann
> Hoho ! In fact, I read the pieces above on your website, I guess ! ;)
> PS : As you're german, I've to say this press I'm going to do is for a
> concert in Wurzburg (Bayern) in April ! :)
> Aur?lien Roux
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