ISO 16760 pdf download

ISO 16760 pdf download

ISO 16760 pdf download Graphic technology — Prepress data exchange — Preparation and visualization of RGB images to be used in RGB-based graphics arts workflows
This International Standard specifies requirements for an RGB workflow for graphic arts printing based onthe use ofreflection prints (RGB Reference Prints) as the evaluation vehicle for coloured imapes. ltprovidesguidelines on the creation of print-targeted RGB images (RGB Reference lmages) and simulation prints.
This International Standard requires the identification of a pair of lCC profiles for each image: an imageprofile and a profile describing the reference printing system. These profiles provide individual colourranstormations for gamut mapping and colour separation. This International Standard does not provideany guidance as to how these gamut mapping or colour separation transforms can be specified.
Normative references
The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and areindispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undatedreferences, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 3664:2009, Graphic technology and photography – Viewing conditions
ISO 11664-4 (CIE S 014-4/E:2007), Colorimetry – Part 4: CIE 1976 L*a*b* Colour space
ISO 12234-1, Electronic still-picture imaging — Removable memory– Part 1: Basic removable-memory model
ISO 13655,Graphic technology – Spectralmeasurement and colorimetric computation for graphic arts images
ISO 15076-1:2010, Image technology colour management — Architecture, profile format and datastructure – Part 1: Based on ICC.1:2010
ISO 15790, Graphic technology and photography – Certified reference materials for reflection andtransmission metrology – Documentation and procedures for use, including determination of combinedstandard uncertainty
ISO 186191),Image technology colour management — Black point compensation
ISO 194452), Graphic technology – Metadata for graphic arts workflow – XMP metadata for image anddocument proofing
SO/IEC 10918-1, Information technology — Digitalcompression and coding ofcontinuous-tone still images:Requirements and quidelines – Part 1
SO/CIE 11664-6 (CIE S 014-6/E:2013), Colorimetry – Part 6: CIEDE2000 Colour-difference formulaTIFF, Revision 6.0 Final, Adobe Systems Incorporated, June 3, 1992
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
RGB colour space
three-component colour encoding defined by a linear transform from CIE XYZ
Note 1 to entry: Such a transform can be specified as a 3 × 3 matrix, and the transform between XYZ and additive RGB is then performed by multiplying by this matrix or its inverse.
Note 2 to entry: Adobe RGB (1998) is an example of an RGB colour space.
characterized printing condition
printing condition for which process control aims are defined and for which the relationship between input data (printing-tone values, usually CMYK) and the colorimetry of the printed image is documented Note 1 to entry: The relationship between input data (printing tone values) and the colorimetry of the printed image is commonly referred to as characterization.

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