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(v13) Default and override ICC profiles

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; both Harlequin Core and Harlequin MultiRIP

Setting defaults and overrides for input and Output profiles is accomplished with the following PostScript language operators. They are extensions to the PostScript language (additions to the language added by Global Graphics), which are provided for color management. They can be used in a configuration setup file:

  • setinterceptcolorspace
  • setreproduction

A specification of these configuration operators is provided in (v13) PostScript language configuration of custom color spaces

The configuration of color spaces is important in the context of ICC profiles. The PostScript language is the configuration language of the Harlequin RIP, but it does not support color spaces based on ICC profiles. Therefore, the RIP has an extension to the PostScript language that supports ICC profiles in a similar way to PDF:

[/ICCBased <profile >] setcolorspace

where the contents of [ … ] is the color space array, and the <profile> is a PostScript language file object containing an ICC input profile. This form of color space array may be passed to setinterceptcolorspace as detailed in See “setinterceptcolorspace”, Chapter 17 of [HQNEXTN].

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