[sane-devel] rference palette for Sane
Karl Heinz Kremer
Fri, 25 Jul 2003 08:16:29 -0400
LCMS does come with a scanner profiler (creates an ICC profile that can
then be used to color correct the scan). It's a two step process,=20
no Sane frontend does support an automatic color correction (yet?).
On Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 05:58 AM, abel deuring wrote:
> Stefan Schl=F6rholz wrote:
>> when operating my scanner (Microtek ScanMaker 35t plus (slide=20
>> under Windows it was possible to scan a Kodak reference slide. Ther=20=
>> a special reference aquiring mode (including selecting the type of
>> reference slide).
>> Somehow this reference was saved and new scans are were corrected
>> against this reference slide. The results where much better than =
>> Linux Sane. I could not find any hint how to calibrate Sane using =
>> a reference scan.
>> Is it possible to have the same feature as under the Windows=20
>> (BTW: it was not Sane under Windows)? Can I realize it or does =
>> with more know how needs to do that?
> I don't know about any fully integrated color correction solution for
> Sane frontends -- but you may have a look at free software for color
> management and color corretion. A few links for a start:
> Karl-Heinz Kremer's link collection:
> color aid:
> Especially LCMS and GCMS, mentioned on both sites, may provide what =
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