Edwin Blenkinsopp wrote: > 'Its possible to do a per-image colourspace analysis and to map the > convex hull of the image data to the destination colourspace; and to > have a smooth progression from "keep colours the same" near the middle > through "move them a little" near the edges and "clip less than 2% of > pixels" at the edges. but not in an ICC defined gamut mapping, I > think.' > Thats a great definition of whats needed for bulk conversion to web images > Any offers of any scripts thev have tried to achieve something like this? > regards Well, the above is a pretty good description of what Argyll can do using a tiffgamut + collink + cctiff workflow, and making use of ICC based device profiles and device links. You do have to trade precision for speed a little - collink -g is going to faster than collink -G in creating the per image color transform, but -G is going to be more precise. Graeme Gill.