From: "Branko Collin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
   Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 23:10:12 +0100

   Regis Rampnoux recently made a plug-in which can be found at
   <>. I am not sure I entirely
   understand what it does, but it looks like it applies the curve
   directly, rather than converting it to a GIMP curve first.

   I seem to remember he was working on another plug-in for Photoshop

I'd really like to see somebody do this as a front end to the
Gimp-Print plugin (perhaps with some of the core incorporated into the
Gimp-print core).  I'll be happy to accept someone who wants to work
on this onto the Gimp-print project.

With the current 8 bit only GIMP, this really needs to happen at the
printing stage.  Applying this kind of transform to 8-bit data means
losing a lot of information; in 16 bits (which Gimp-print uses
internally), this isn't a problem.  Gimp-print has a 16-bit raw CMYK
printing mode that's ideal for this kind of thing.

Robert Krawitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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