Does anybody know a way how to generate a CGATS measurement file from a CMYK ICC profile? I need to build a profile with other settings (lower total amount of ink), but the original profile was made with MonacoProfiler, which I don't have.
Printing an IT8 test target and measuring it is something I'd like to postpone for now (remote printer, long distance, ...).
IF you're lucky, the ICC profile might have a "targ" tag which contains the CGATS file originally used.
No idea if MonacoProfiler embedded those.
If it did, there's a few ways to get it out. argyll includes a program called extractttag that would do the trick. A program that lets you view an ICC profile's tags would do the trick. ColorThink Pro's profile inspector would, I'm sure many others would also.
You could always post the profile, and I (or if someone beats me to it) could pull it up in one of these programs and see if it's there. Argyll has a learning curve if you aren't used to command line programs (although extractttag has almost no options), and ColorThink costs.