basICColor input 5.0.4 Build 1729 Multilingual


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basICColor input 5.0.4 Build 1729 Multilingual | 60.55 MB
If critical color accuracy from your scans or digital camera files is required, you need basICColor input. Analyzing the capture results of a camera target determines the reproduction characteristics of the camera. This helps eliminate unnecessary color retouching. Professional results can be achieved with higher data quality as well as quicker turn-around times. The ICC camera profiles can both be "tuned" and the workflow automated, achieving optimal workflows. basICColor input distinguishes automatically between RAW or TIFF / JPEG format and creates DCP or ICC profiles with perfect shadow detail.

Multi-Target Profiling
This unique feature of basICColor input allows to combine several target shots into one profile. Reproduction of paints, textiles, non-standard media and use of diverse colorants requires additional characterization. The resulting ICC input profile thus reduces metameric failure.

Beside the ICC profiling input detects (almost) every RAW format and creates DCPs, which can be used in Adobe Camera Raw or Lightroom immediately.

Spotcolor Correction
Whether including a logo color, corporate identity element, or architectural element which demands absolute matching, the unique qualities of basICColor input will aid in achieving best quality results from the digital photographic image.

- Creation of DCP and ICC profiles
- Profiling of Digital Cameras and Scanners
- Multi-Target Profiling
- 4 types of profiles: Art Repro / Archival; Photography; Capture One; Scanner
- Spot Color Correction
- Support for all common Scanner and Camera Targets, including, IT8/7.1, IT8/7.2 HutchColor Target, ColorChecker, ColorChecker DC, Digital ColorChecker SG und basICColor dcam target+
- Support for adding individual color targets

- NEW target: IT8.7/2 AGFA Chart
- NEW target: CMP Refcard Color Master
- added uniqueCameraModel, we extract that from DNGs and pass it to the dcp profile creation routine. This will make sure that the dcp profile shows up in ACR
- handle uniqueCameraModel in CopyConstructor of class Image
- handling Capture One names for Sony NEX & Alpha models plus Leica M
- different encoding with ICC version 2 Lab CLUTs for Capture One
- change of neutralization patches
- fixed licensing issue under Windows; sometimes permanent licenses won't be read from USB dongle
- fixed automatic reference file rotation
- bugfix: the names for Canon and Sony cameras will now always show up under the camera tab in Capture One.
- NOTE 1: We have the problem that especially with Hasselblad cameras there are combinations of camera backs and sensors that we do not have information about. That could lead to the dcp camera profile not showing up in Adobe Camera Raw because we put the wrong identification string in there. We are now extracting the UniqueCameraModel string from any DNG that is loaded, so if a user has this problem he can convert his Raw file to a DNG using Adobe’s DNG converter and create a profile from that. His profile will then also show up when he loads the Raw file in ACR directly.
- NOTE 2: We improved the profiles made for Capture One, the RGB neutralization gets done based on either the whitest patch or an average of white light control patches (ColorChecker SG). We encode the 3D Lut differently for better highlight performance.
System Requirements:
- Windows 7 (32 and 64 Bit)
- Intel® Pentium 4-Prozessor
- 512MB RAM, 100MB Available Disk Space, minimum
- Graphic Card Supporting 1280x1024 Pixel and 24 Bit Color Depth

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