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Link - Link ICC profiles.

LINK(1) User Commands LINK(1)

NAME

Link - Link ICC profiles.

DESCRIPTION

Link ICC profiles

SYNOPSIS

collink [options] srcprofile dstprofile linkedprofile
-v Verbose
-A manufacturer Manufacturer description string
-M model
Model description string
-D description
Profile Description string (Default "inoutfile")
-C copyright
Copyright string
-V
Verify existing profile, rather than link
-q lmhu
Quality - Low, Medium (def), High, Ultra
-r res
Override clut res. set by -q
-n
Don't preserve device linearization curves in result
-f
Special :- Force neutral colors to be K only output
-fk
Special :- Force K only neutral colors to be K only output
-F
Special :- Force all colors to be K only output
-fcmy
Special :- Force 100% C,M or Y only to stay pure
-p absprof
Include abstract profile in link
-a file.cal
Apply calibration curves to link output and append linear
-H file.cal
Append calibration curves to 3dlut
-s
Simple Mode (default)
-g [src.gam]
Gamut Mapping Mode [optional source image gamut]
-G [src.gam]
Gamut Mapping Mode using inverse outprofile A2B
Simple Mode Options: -i in_intent p = perceptual, r = relative colorimetric,
s = saturation, a = absolute colorimetric
-o out_intent
p = perceptual, r = relative colorimetric, s = saturation, a = absolute colorimetric
Gamut Mapping
Mode Options:
-i intent
set linking intent from the following choice:
a - Absolute Colorimetric (in Jab) [ICC Absolute Colorimetric]
aw - Absolute Colorimetric (in Jab) with scaling to fit white point aa - Absolute Appearance
r - White Point Matched Appearance [ICC Relative Colorimetric]
la - Luminance axis matched Appearance
p - Perceptual (Preferred) (Default) [ICC Perceptual]
pa - Perceptual Apperance ms - Saturation
s - Enhanced Saturation [ICC Saturation]
al - Absolute Colorimetric (Lab) rl - White Point Matched Colorimetric (Lab)
-w [J,a,b]
Use forced whitepoint hack [optional target point]
-c viewcond
set source viewing conditions for CIECAM02, either an enumerated choice, or a parameter
-d viewcond
set destination viewing conditions for CIECAM02, either an enumerated choice, or parameter:value changes
pp - Practical Reflection Print (ISO-3664 P2) pe - Print evaluation environment (CIE 116-1995) pc - Critical print evaluation environment (ISO-3664 P1) mt - Monitor in typical work environment mb - Bright monitor in bright work environment md - Monitor in darkened work environment jm - Projector in dim environment jd - Projector in dark environment tv - Television/Film Studio
pcd - Photo CD - original scene outdoors
ob - Original scene - Bright Outdoors cx - Cut Sheet Transparencies on a viewing box
s:surround
n = auto, a = average, m = dim, d = dark, c = transparency (default average)
w:X:Y:Z
Adapted white point as XYZ (default media white)
w:x:y
Adapted white point as x, y
a:adaptation
Adaptation luminance in cd.m^2 (default 50.0)
b:background
Background % of image luminance (default 20)
l:imagewhite
Image white in cd.m^2 if surround = auto (default 250)
f:flare
Flare light % of image luminance (default 0)
g:glare
Flare light % of ambient (default 1)
g:X:Y:Z
Flare color as XYZ (default media white, Abs: D50)
g:x:y
Flare color as x, y
-t tlimit
set source total ink limit, 0 - 400% (estimate by default)
-T klimit
set source black ink limit, 0 - 100% (estimate by default)
Inverse outprofile A2B Options: -k tezhxr CMYK Black generation
t = transfer K from source to destination, e = retain K of destination B2A table z = zero K, h = 0.5 K, x = maximum K, r = ramp K (default)
-k p stle stpo enpo enle shape
p = black target generation curve parameters
-k q stle0 stpo0 enpo0 enle0 shape0 stle2 stpo2 enpo2 enle2 shape2
q = transfer source K to dual curve limits
-K parameters
Same as -k, but target is K locus rather than K value itself
-l tlimit
set destination total ink limit, 0 - 400% (estimate by default)
-L klimit
set destination black ink limit, 0 - 100% (estimate by default)
-3 flag
Create "3DLut" output file as well as devlink
e
eeColor .txt file
m
MadVR .3dlut file
-I b
Apply BT.1886-like mapping with effective gamma 2.2 to input
-I b:g.g
Apply BT.1886-like mapping with effective gamma g.g to input
-I B
Apply BT.1886 mapping with technical gamma 2.4 to input
-I B:g.g
Apply BT.1886 mapping with technical gamma g.g to input
-e flag
Video encode input as:
-E flag
Video encode output as:
n
normal 0..1 full range RGB levels (default)
t
(16-235)/255 "TV" RGB levels
6
Rec601 YCbCr SD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
7
Rec709 1125/60Hz YCbCr HD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
5
Rec709 1250/50Hz YCbCr HD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
2
Rec2020 YCbCr UHD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
C
Rec2020 Constant Luminance YCbCr UHD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
x
xvYCC Rec601 YCbCr Rec709 Prims. SD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
X
xvYCC Rec709 YCbCr Rec709 Prims. HD (16-235,240)/255 "TV" levels
-P
Create gamut gammap.wrl diagostic
September 2014 collink