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AuthorSubject: Minimum Required Length etc.   [Go to Bottom of Page]
William Jordan IV
Posted on Sat Jan 10, 2004 12:34 PM

I am really finding the entire profile generation process very poorly explained.
1. On each of the htree target RGB images it has a dotted line above which it states 'Minimum required length 216mm. To what does this length refer. The overall paper size or the size of thew image itself. If we are to change the size of the images, how would you suggest we proceed??
Also, I am guessing from the accompanying text for this profile generation package, that we are to try to produce the best possible images we can, one the matches our calibrated monitor as well as possible. And that in order to accomplish this, we are to manipulate the Epson printer driver controls.
My target print comes out quite a bit darker that what I see on the screen. I have downloaded the Density' file from your website. Am I to use this file as a guide to matching up the Monitor images with the printed image manipulating the Epson settings and then print out your target??
Please explain??


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