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Glossary is usually defined as an alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge. This knowledge base glossary provides a collection of knowledge base documents that define many technical terms. These terms are arranged alphabetically, but you can quickly jump to a specific term by selecting its first letter from the index of the knowledge base glossary below.
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Envision Assigned Name
Each device and profile has an assigned name. This is the name that the user chooses to uniquely identify that device or profile. It should be carefully chosen to help the user remember the specific device being referred to and, where appropriate, to help remind the user as to the specific device settings that the profile pertains to. E.g. “Epson photo paper 360dpi”
The process of generating a profile for a device in Datacolor Envision software
Envision Default Device
Each device class has a default device. That is, there will be one default-monitor and one default-printer per system. The default device is the one that is used in absentia of any contrary instruction by the user.
Envision Default Profile
Each device has a default profile. The default profile is the one that is used for a device in absentia of any contrary instruction by the user.
A color reproduction device. For our purposes, this is either a monitor or a printer.
A collection of objects displayed in their correct context. Contains all required information to fully reproduce a scene, including illuminant, observer and gamut mapping information, etc.
A device independent LCh format image.
Either a tile or an image.
Contains the complete calibration information required to reproduce colors on a device that is configured for a specific set of conditions. A device may have several profiles containing calibration information for different device conditions. For example, a monitor may have a profile for each colorimeter used with the system, or a printer may have a profile for each kind of paper that is used.
A solid rectangle of color in the Datacolor Envision software.
Mixture of transparent resins, solvents and/or additives. Primarily used to alter the strength of mixtures that include colorants.
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