Use the ColorAnt Preferences to define the general behavior of the application.
- Status-E (mainly used in Europe)
- Status-T (mainly in the US)
- Status-A (photographic industry)
- Maximum (based on absorption maximum).
Tone Value Calculation
Changes the calculation and display of the TVI curves in the View dialog.
The default setting in ColorAnt will calculate the TVI curves based on XYZ values. This mode ensures consistent views of TVI curves between measurement data and the same curves derived from ICC profiles. ICC profiles use colorimetric data. When spectral measurement data is present and the checkbox is disabled in Preferences, the TVI curves are based on density and the selected density mode is used for the calculation of the curves. This method is more consistent with the one used in print process control. Keep in mind that both the XYZ and the density method are not good indications for how TVI curves of spot colors actually look as these methods do not work well for non CMYK colors. Refer to the Curves View dialog instead to see curves according to colorimetric linearity or ISO 20654 (also known as SCTV).
Units: Defines the measurement units used (mm or inches) in the Export Chart dialog.
Default Color Space: Defines the color space for the 2D and 3D view of the View tool. Available color spaces are Lab, LCh, YXZ and Yxy.
Default save path: Reports are automatically saved in the specified folder.
Default report format: Choose the preferred file format for the report, either PDF or XML.
Default DeltaE Method: Define the DeltaE method to be used in reports, either dE76 or dE2000.
Open profile reports automatically with default viewer: Define whether the report should be automatically opened in the standard PDF viewer after creation.
Define the Title and Logo for the generated measurement data reports. Supported image formats are TIFF, JPEG or GIF in RGB color space.
Remaining number of characters: Shows the number of remaining characters for the report title. The report title can contain a maximum of 50 characters.