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Old 03-15-2012, 12:46 AM
zeecolorman zeecolorman is offline
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X-rite Isis import into Profiler Suite

If I upgrade to Profiler Suite 3, can I import data readings in CGATS (from Colorport) from my X-rite Isis into Profiler Suite 3? I cannot do this from Colorport 2.01 or 2.03 into Profile Suite version 2 because X-rite modified the CGATS format.
If you do not know, please do not guess. I do not want to purchase an upgrade I cannot use.

ALSO: I have a new ES-1000 but my old ES_1000 is the dongle for my Profiler Suite version2. How do I switch them?
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Old 03-19-2012, 10:36 AM
MonsterBabyBLN MonsterBabyBLN is offline
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let me guess.. lol

first.. i dont know.!.. second.. it might still help you if you dont get a better answer!

if you export your readings with colorport not as CGATs but as tab. there you can choose only lab and lch...

then you can open an existing .it8 table, that EFI can read. there are the set values and the last columns are lch and lab.. just in a different order then colorport would export them!!!..

so you just open .it8 with excel.. and open your saved colorport .txt.. then copy the coloums of lab and lch and paste them in the .it8.. save it..

and then you can prob! read it.. ;-)

at least thats what i did when using XF 4.5 and building profiles with my DTP20 or 70 cuz that was faster then reading through efi.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:17 AM
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Hi zeecolorman,

"ALSO: I have a new ES-1000 but my old ES_1000 is the dongle for my Profiler Suite version2. How do I switch them?"

Please send an email to proofingsupport@efi.com. Our support team will tell you the procedure.

Regards, Jo
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