[Digikam-users] Color managent question/problem
ferbatista at mail.telepac.pt
Fri Jun 1 09:23:33 BST 2007
I installed those right now, they do indeed work. I'll try them latter when I
get home again, thanks for that.
I'd like to ask another question though, is there anyway to convert an image
from one space to another? I usually work on my pics on adobe space, and
then I convert them to another space depending on the destination of the pic
(sRGB for web, etc), can I do this on DigiKam? I've searched this in the
forums but I didn't find an answer yet.
Gilles Caulier-3 wrote:
> Original Nikon and Canon icc camera profiles has problems... It do not
> repect/implemente completely the standard defined with ICC stuff... Look
> mailing list archive for details... Paco can give you more informations
> me, as he have a Nikon camera...
> I recommend to try the profiles witch come from LightZone. Its work very
> well with digiKam. Files are here :
> Gilles Caulier
> 2007/5/31, FerBatista <ferbatista at mail.telepac.pt>:
>> I tried to compile digikam but it's a bit to much for my knowledge so
>> the first two steps (configure and make) went ok, but I got a few errors
>> the next step. So I quit the job for now. Anyway I noticed that the
>> profile extension was written in capital letter so I corrected that and
>> guess what... it works ok for the monitor profile now.
>> The only ones I can't make work now are Nikon's profiles under input.
>> CMYK works under proof, and Nikon adobe appears both on monitor and
>> workspace, but not on input. These are input profiles or at least they
>> should be, or am I wrong?
>> I can send the profiles but where do I send it to?
>> F.J.Cruz-2 wrote:
>> > El Miércoles, 30 de Mayo de 2007, Gilles Caulier escribió:
>> >> 2007/5/30, FerBatista <ferbatista at mail.telepac.pt>:
>> >> Typically, there are 2 ways to install a program :
>> >> - one devel bin program with debug symbols : big and slow, but
>> >> to
>> >> give report if it crash and provide informations on console. It
>> >> the case when you compile yourself the program using a source tarball
>> >> (and
>> >> when you use the right options to compile it in this mode)
>> >> - one target bin program without debug symbols : less big, more fast
>> >> optimized. It generally provided by package like RPM or DEB.
>> >> Gilles
>> > Could you send me some of those profiles?, I can try to do some tests
>> > them.
>> > Paco Cruz.
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