CMS Related Links
- Here's pretty much everythink you want to know abour color:
efg's Color Page
- Marti Maria Saguer's
Little CMS color engine.
- The LPROF ICC profiler is based on LCMS and can create ICC profiles for cameras, scanners and monitors
is an experimental, open source, ICC compatible color management
system. It supports accurate ICC profile creation for scanners, CMYK
printers, and film recorders. Profile linking uses the latest CIECAM97
appearance model, a new gamut mapping algorithm, and a wide selection
of rendering intents. It also includes code for the fastest portable
8 bit raster color conversion engine available anywhere.
- The Scribus Open Source Desktop Publishing package does fully support a color managed
workflow - even on Linux. In addition to that, it's a very good tool to create interactive PDF forms without Adobe Acrobat.
- Wolf Faust has IT8.7 targets
for a pretty good price available. He also collects links to free CM systems
at http://www.coloraid.de. And he's
written a CMS system for the Amiga.
I should probably order a new target - mine is getting old.
- The Behrmann site provides
many informations around colour management on Linux, including
actual news, tutorials, a CMS draft, the open source ICC Examin tool and
a link collection.
- Here's information about the (now dormant) Gnome gcmm. But even more important you can find
information about the patent situation regarding CMS. The actual gcmm
code can be found in the (DEAD LINK!)
Gnome CVS repository.
- The Generic Color Management
System (GCMS) has a focus on printing using ICC profiles.
- The SCARSE - Scanner
CAlibration ReaSonably Easy is an attempt to create profiles. At this
time only scanner profiles are supported.
- The IPhotoMinusICC
project also creates scanner profiles. For both these profiling tools
you need an IT8.7 target. So go and order one from Wolf Faust.
- DEAD LINK! And
here is a good
test image for your color experiments.
page with Bruce Fraser articles
- DEAD LINK!A list of color management related patents at
- DEAD LINK! The
Limitations of Colour Management