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Recherche profil ICC des livres Aperture (résolu : y'en a pas !)

par nicolastardieu » Vendredi 24 Décembre 2010 13:58

Bonjour,

j'utilise le service Aperture pour mes livres photos.
Je recherche leur profil ICC pour épreuvage avant de leur envoyer, mais je ne trouve rien.

Auriez-vous une idée.

Merci

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Re: Recherche profil ICC des livres Aperture

par nicolastardieu » Samedi 25 Décembre 2010 23:14

Après une recherche en anglais US, voici une réponse fournie par Apple sur ses forums :

Thank you for contacting Apple Photo Services Customer Support. My name is Mark and I understand you would like to receive the paper and color profile used to create Apple Photo Products in Aperture.

Here are some of the technical specifications for the books. I hope this gives you an idea about their quality and form:
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3412

For all books we use GPA paper stock that is ISO 9002 and ISO 14001 environmental. To ensure the best print quality, Apple uses Xeikon, which uses dry ink, and HP Indigo technology, which uses HP ElectroInk. These inks are not generally classified as archival because they do not penetrate and bond to the substrate (paper) fibers. Instead, the ink is fused to the surface of the paper.

Regarding the color profile, I regret that I am currently unable to provide this information. Although I don't have a timeframe when this information will be available, the following should help you:

Please note that monitors provide fairly accurate color when the images are saved in an sRGB color space, however, presses are not as reliable. While we are unable to supply profiles for every ink and paper combination used to make our products, rest assured that our presses are optimally calibrated and monitored regularly. You may also consider that our presses vary slightly in their performance and even when using a profile, you may not receive the exact result you were expecting.

Our presses are adjusted to produce optimal color based on a standard user's monitor calibration, once you have ordered a few products from us, you may wish to create your own color profile. Although iPhoto and Aperture accept other file formats, your images should be in JPEG/JPG file format for the best results when ordering photo products using iPhoto or Aperture. You can use an image editor to convert your image file into this common file format. Again, we apologize that we cannot provide a color profile for you; an average has not been created at this time.

Also note that all books, greeting cards and wall calendars are printed using a four-color process. Different shades of four colors are combined to make the full spectrum of colors, including black. Because of this, images in your book may appear slightly darker than what appears on your computer's display. In addition, there will likely be variations in color between print products ordered through Apple and photos printed on a color printer attached to the computer.

For other helpful information, please see the following:

Aperture: Color and gamma settings for print and web
http://www.info.apple.com/kbnum/n302827

Building Your Color Managed Workflow
http://www.apple.com/pro/color/workflow

Answers to many questions about Aperture are also in the Aperture Help menu.

Important: To receive the best results, prior to ordering, make sure to preview your order by creating a PDF file. What you see in the PDF file should be what you receive in your order.

To create a PDF file of the book please follow these steps:

1) Open Aperture.

2) Click the Buy Book button.

3) Select your order settings (quantity desired, Apple ID account information, shipping information, and any coupons).

4) Click the Buy Now button.

5) Aperture will begin assembling the book. This may take several minutes depending on the size of your book.

6) When the assembly is complete, you will see a "Book Assembled" alert message.

7) Click "Reveal In Finder", then open (double-click) the PDF file to preview your order.

8) After previewing the book, go back to Aperture. If you decided to continue with the order, click Place Order. If you decided to not order the book at this time, click Cancel Order.

If you are satisfied with your book and it looks good when viewed as a PDF, click the “Buy” button at the bottom right corner of the Aperture window.

I hope you find this information helpful Mike. If there are any other issues you need assistance with concerning Aperture, please let us know.

Sincerely,

Mark

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