Musings on color management, CHROMiX products and services and other relevant topics.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Tips and Tricks for ColorThink 
    I have just posted on our YouTube account the first of (what might be) a series of short movies detailing how to do some tip or trick in ColorThink. Most people nowadays like to see a piece of software demonstrated in action rather than having to read a manual about it. It just somehow makes something easier to understand if you can actually watch somebody walk through it. This first video demonstrates how to use ColorThink Pro to check optimum ink limiting from a measured linearization file for a RIP.

These will also be posted in the ColorWiki:
Linearization and Optimization
Check it out. Tell me what you think. Tell me what you would like to see in the future. This topic came to us because a customer filled out a "Feature Request" - wanting us to add this feature in a future version of ColorThink. I had the pleasure of showing him how he could already do this using the current version of ColorThink Pro!


  1. Hey Pat,
    I just checked out your Tip on Linearization and that info will really come in handy.


  2. Ah. That's great. You know I got the idea from a customer who was asking for a feature like that in a future version of ColorThink. I was thinking, "Gee if he doesn't know that ColorThink can do this already, I wonder how many others don't know it too."

    I do hope people will send us their examples of how they use ColorThink in useful or unusual ways so we can make more of these videos.