BabelColor ®
Color Measurement and Analysis

PatchTool PATCH-READER TOOL

unconstrained mode

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As shown above, the Unconstrained measurements mode is one of the three modes available in Patch-Reader. There is no option to select before making measurements. Just click on the "Start" button and measure color patches in any order. Select the M0, M1, and/or M2 measurement condition for each measurement. A single click can give you the fluorescence characteristics of a paper as show by measurements #1, #2, and #3 in the screenshot below. Select between the XYZ, L*a*b*, or L*C*h color spaces (in addition to spectral data) and get the reflection density as per ISO 5-3. You can re-order the measurements by dragging them in the table; you can sort, delete, or rename any measurement. You can also look at any or all spectrums on a graph.
You can click the “Stop” button at any time. If you decide to keep the measurements, you are presented with the CGATS file options dialog that presents options to be used for saving the CGATS compatible file; this file can be readily opened by PatchTool and most programs which can read color files. Screenshots of the "Custom chart" and "PatchTool file" measurements modes are shown on the following pages.
BabelColor ®

PatchTool PATCH-READER TOOL

unconstrained mode

As shown above, the Unconstrained measurements  mode is one of the three modes available in Patch- Reader. There is no option to select before making measurements. Just click on the "Start" button and measure color patches in any order. Select the M0, M1, and/or M2 measurement condition for each measurement. A single click can give you the fluorescence characteristics of a paper as show by measurements #1, #2, and #3 in the screenshot below. Select between the XYZ, L*a*b*, or L*C*h color spaces (in addition to spectral data) and get the reflection density as per ISO 5-3. You can re-order the measurements by dragging them in the table; you can sort, delete, or rename any measurement. You can also look at any or all spectrums on a graph.
You can click the “Stop” button at any time. If you decide to keep the measurements, you are presented with the CGATS file options dialog that presents options to be used for saving the CGATS compatible file; this file can be readily opened by PatchTool and most programs which can read color files. Screenshots of the "Custom chart" and "PatchTool file" measurements modes are shown on the following pages.
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