CMM Transform Creation Flags
CMMs use transform creation flags as hints for how to create a color transform. It is up to the CMM to determine how best to use these flags.
All of the functions that use these flags pass or receive flag values through a parameter called dwFlags. The high-order WORD of dwFlags should be set to a value from the following table.
|ENABLE_GAMUT_CHECKING||Use this transform for gamut checking.|
|USE_RELATIVE_COLORIMETRIC||Do not preserve the white point. If the output gamut does not support a given color, use the nearest supported color. See Rendering Intents.|
|FAST_TRANSLATE||Look up color only. Do not interpolate the color.|
|PRESERVEBLACK||Inserts the appropriate black generation GMMP as the last GMMP in the transform sequence|
|WCS_ALWAYS||Use the WCS code path even for ICC transforms.|
|SEQUENTIAL_TRANSFORM||Transform creation flag for creating a sequential (non-optimized) color transform.|
The low-order WORD can have one of the following constant values.
|PROOF_MODE||Transform will be used to preview the image. Low image quality.|
|NORMAL_MODE||Transform will be used for normal image display. Average image quality.|
|BEST_MODE||Transform will be used for the display of the highest-quality image possible on the target device.|
Moving from PROOF_MODE to BEST_MODE, output quality generally improves and transform speed declines.
Build date: 11/16/2010