ICC Profiles procedure?

I’m currently running Piezography Pro (QTI Gui) on a Win10 using the supplied curves in QTR for my P800. My question is what is the procedure you use with the ICC profiles in order to get a preview when the ink set can be mixed to thousands of combinations and the profiles only list “cool”, “neutral” and “warm” for the papers I use (Canson). I’m sure this has been asked before and I’m sure that when I attend the workshop this fall, it will be explained in greater detail but for now I’d like to see some sort of procedure.


I wasn’t asking anything about PiezoDN & don’t know anything about a Mac os system since I have only worked on a windows system.

@KeithR - I’m not exactly sure why @walkerblackwell quoted that post of mine from another thread. That said, the question you’re asking is one I’ve struggled with, in a Windows context. I’m on the road at present, but if you can wait until I’m home again in several days, I can discuss what I’ve done and the extent to which it was successful.

One thing I thought that Walker might have mentioned is Piezography Professional Edition. I don’t have PPE, but my understanding is that it enables you to create an ICC for a given blend, which you can then use to soft-proof. This is easier and faster printing out a test chart and measuring, particularly if you want to compare a number of blends.

Thanks for the response! I don’t have PPE either but I’m scheduled for the workshop in September so I may find out more at that time.