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jus

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Hi,
  I have used the ACPU tool to print a TC9.18 test chart on a Canon ipf6400 (Mac OSX 10.8 ) without color management without success. Has anyone the same issue? I mean the color managment is still on, so the print is wrong, the color of the patches should be much darker.

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« Last Edit: January 03, 2013, 04:27:14 PM by jus »
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jus

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ok, mea culpa!!  :-[  I didn't noticed that on a Canon ipf I have to edit the AppColorMatchingInfo.xml first to make ACPU work.

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« Last Edit: January 03, 2013, 05:27:35 PM by jus »
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Just forget about ACPU. One of the bright sides of owning an iPF is Photoshop Plug-in - just select Output Profile: None (No Color Correction), and you're ready to print profiling targets.
« Last Edit: January 03, 2013, 07:13:00 PM by Czornyj »
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Scott Martin

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Just forget about ACPU. One of the bright sides of owning an iPF is Photoshop Plug-in - just select Output Profile: None (No Color Correction), and you're ready to print profiling targets.

Ditto, the PS Plug-in is the way to go. It's completely bulletproof.

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Thank you for your answers!!  :)  When the ACPU didn't work I was able to print the charts with Canon photoshop print-plugin and the photoshop null-transfrom trick without any problems. So I was wondering, why ACPU didn't work.  ???  I wrote a small test application, which couldn't deactivate the color managment of the ipf6300 too, until I had added the application name to the AppColorMatchingInfo.xml. ;)

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« Last Edit: January 04, 2013, 01:59:01 PM by jus »
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