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In a message dated 7/9/00 9:16:05 AM, PMi7453191@aol.com writes: >I am trying to set up the CMS options in Silverfast for my LS2000. I have > >calibrated the scanner with the IT8 transparency and so set the >Scanner-internal to calibrate ? I have also calibrated the monitor with > >ProveIt and have a profile but should the internal monitor be set to >automatic or colorsync ? The final link in the chain will be an epson 1200 > >printer. As soon as i can i will buy Matchlock for paper profiling to >complete the chain but for now will be happy just to get the right settings > >in Silverfast. Thanks for any help you can offer. You will seldom want to convert your files directly to the printer space, so that end of it will not affect scanner settings much. Admittedly the settings in SilverFast are not exactly intuitive, but they reflect different elements of scanning. The monitor profile is needed to offer accurate previews, so on screen corrections mean something. The scanner profile, on the other hand is u sed for conversion to other spaces, such as your Photoshop RGB workingspace, which is the most likely place for scans to end up. The monitor automatic setting should just look to ColorSync for your current monitor space, which should be the same, its just handy to have it auto update to your latest profile, in case you have reprofiled the monitor since you set up the scanning software. C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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