Supporting “Good Enough” Colour Reproduction in Non-Colour Managed Workflow

Jutta Willamowski, Frederic Roulland, David B. Martin
Xerox Research Centre Europe, France
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In this paper we propose a novel and coherent approach to control and adjust colour reproduction where strict end-to-end colour management cannot be achieved. We first recall the studies and findings that identified the need to reconsider colour management in certain workflows. We then present in detail the Print Mediator system, constituting a first attempt to implement this new approach.

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