You must define a paper point for any characterization. If your original data does not contain a substrate value, you can add or modify this in several ways.
Import a substrate color via a CXF file.
Save a substrate from another characterization into the media categories. This only works if the current characterization has a paper tint that already exists in another. To do this:
- Open the Characterization that contains the desired paper tint.
- Select Color Corrections in the Action Bar.
- At the top left corner of the corrections window, click the Save to Database button.
- Name the media.
- Please note that the substrate will only be available to select when the same category is being used in another characterization.
Now the paper tint is selectable in all characterizations from the dropdown.
Take a substrate reading using a template file that can be provided by GMG support. This is a single patch measurement template for OpenColor.