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How do calibrate my printer(brother j125)?


It might use an ICC profile for calibration? Page 43 of the manual also has several suggestions.
http://www.brother-usa.com/VirData/Content/en-US%5CMFC%5CConsumer%5CUsersManual%5CUM_DCP_J125_EN_4833.PDF

You could also try resetting it.

Jul 16, 2014 | Yahoo Mail

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What is color calibrator?


Wikipedia says:
The aim of color calibration is to measure and/or adjust the color response of a device (input or output) to a known state. In International Color Consortium (ICC) terms, this is the basis for an additional color characterization of the device and later profiling.[1] In non-ICC workflows, calibration refers sometimes to establishing a known relationship to a standard color space[2] in one go. The device that is to be calibrated is sometimes known as a calibration source; the color space that serves as a standard is sometimes known as a calibration target.[citation needed] Color calibration is a requirement for all devices taking an active part of a color-managed workflow.

Jan 20, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I`m trying to run adobe photoshop and it says aoc 919profile appears to be defective...plz rerun ur moniter calibration software.....my moniter didn`t come with software


Here's how to fix this:

Go to Control Panel -> Color Management.
In the Devices tab you'll see the Display: ThinkPad Display (resolution) - (graphics card)associated with the TPLCD.icm ICC profile.

This profile is the one conflicting with Adobe Photohop.
What I did was choose another profile that doesn't conflict.

Check the "Use my settings for this device" box, press the "Add..." button, select the other ICC Profile (the one that appears to me is sRGB IEC61966-2.1) and set it as the default profile.

May 10, 2011 | AOC 919Vwa Monitor

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Kodak 5300 printer is printing picture with a purple tint to them


Is your monitor calibrated? What paper are you using? Are you using icc profiles? where are you printing from? ie: photoshop, windows application, other software? could be a conflict betwwen program and print driver.

Nov 10, 2010 | Kodak EASYSHARE 5300 All-In-One InkJet...

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Where can I download the ICM or ICC color profile for the Zebra p330i printer?


Colour calibration is always a bit hit and miss with these. You can get big variations between screen RGB and the YMC that is actually printed.
Try zebra.com in the downloads you can find developer manuals that may aid you. Or contact Zebra directly via the site.

Oct 11, 2010 | Zebra P330i Thermal Card Printer

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How do I change the default color profile? I have calibrated my NC-10 with a Spyder3 and the new profile is shown together with the ''srgb color space profile''. The problem is that when i restart my NC-10...


Instructions Download an icc profile above, then (in windows XP), go to display properties > settings tab > advanced > color management > add
Select the downloaded icc profile, set as default. You now need to reboot windows -

Jan 16, 2010 | Samsung NC10-14G Notebook

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I am the Graphic Artist and Printer for a public library. We have a logo that has the Pantone color PMS 375 green in it. I mix my own inks and have no problem reproducing the color properly on a printing...


Laser printers, although they have a larger color gamut than a CMYK offset press, still will not be able to reproduce a majority of Pantone special colors.
Professional inkjet printers, especially those using more than 4 inks, are far better at this - the ink pigments are more color-pure and concentrated than those in laser toners.
Remember, that Windows print drivers work in RGB, and use ICC profiles to convert color data to CMYK components for printer. If you have a CMYK file, and look at it on your monitor, it's converted (using monitor ICC profile) to monitor's RGB colorspace, and then back to CMYK with the printer ICC profile when printed. Converted twice with ICC, which always introduces distortions...
If you have a properly calibrated monitor, and a good printer profile installed, you have better chances of reproducing screen colors on the printer, especially if you work in RGB.
As a simple, but laborious solution, I would suggest preparing "swatch sheets" yourself using some graphics software. Preferrably in RGB, not CMYK. A series of gradients with the green component going from, say, half way to maximum, and other components in various combinations, like R0 B0, R10 B0, R20 B0,... then R0 B10, R10 B10, R20 B10... and so on. Print those, and try to find a spot in the gradients that is the closest to your color sample, and then make swatches with smaller increments around that color to find the best RGB combination.
Good luck :)

Nov 13, 2009 | HP Color LaserJet 5550hdn Printer

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Bizhub C250/252 ICC Color Profile


HI i am fron DPI Grafica SH and have made test of diferents ICC profiles.
I will tell you how is my system to get to correct colors an sharp texts.

First - i print fron Adobe Ilustrator or Adobe PDF Profesional. If you have your file in Corel Draw export it to pdf or Publish a PDF File.

Second - I select s"sRGB IEC6 1966-2.1" this profile prints acurate fonts and colors that match whit de monitor. Is a little bit desaturate if you compare with " COATED Foagra". This one prints blurry fonts and blur edges.

This is the best result that i can get after print tests with all de ICC profiles.

Greetings and i hope that you can solve this problem.

Nolasco.

Oct 12, 2007 | Konica Minolta bizhub C250 All-In-One...

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Red printing


Hi... I have the same problem (Canon S500), however, I recongised that if one calibrates the screen and the printer with an external colour-measuring device in order to create icc-profiles, everything works a lot better. You can assign icc-profiles for devices in the Colour-Sync-Utility. However, you do not have to create the profiles yourself (it is better, but...); sometimes you can download them somewhere on the Internet. (quite hard to find though) Once you set up different profiles, the os translates colours a lot better between devices. Hope this was of any help...

Dec 11, 2005 | Brother MFC3820CN Print Server

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What is ICC profile?


ICC profile can be used in any ICC aware application or platform, and describes usable information to convert into a color space which defined by ICC (International Color Consortium). DiMAGE A1 has a function to embed ICC file to the captured image. Please make use of the function "Embedded Adobe RGB" to use correct color information on application software which corresponds to color management system.

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE A1 Digital Camera

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