[Scribus] How do I do color correction
Hal V. Engel
Mon Mar 5 20:16:35 CET 2007
On Sunday 04 March 2007 20:48, Damien Hull wrote:
> I have a Lexmark C534. The printed colors are not the same ones I see on
> the screen. How do I fix this? I'm assuming this has something to do
> with color correction.
> I've played around with this in the past. I was told that I can't get a
> .icc file for the Lexmark C534. Maybe I should call them.
> I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction.
You don't say what OS you are using. But you can get profiles for any printer
if you are willing to pay the price to get custom profiles made. There is
someone named Alastair M. Robinson who is active in the open source area that
has an affordable custom printer profiling service. You can find more
information here http://www.blackfiveservices.co.uk/profiling.shtml. You can
NOT expect to get correct results in a color managed work flow if you don't
have at least an OK profile for your printer model, the paper you are using,
your printer driver and the driver settings you are using. If you are on
Windows or a Mac you may be able to get OK profiles from your paper vendor.
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