this is possible using commercial software like basICColor Devil or Colorlogic
Both include RGB, CMYK and Lab charts.
It works exactly as you describe.
Make the editing of your file and make sure that the same edits are applied to
The profiler then extracts the edits and creates a Devicelink (if the edits are
in RGB or CMYK) or an abstract (for the Lab edits).
Am 18.07.2018 um 14:45 schrieb Yves Gauvreau <gauvreau-yves@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
I'm looking for an as simple way as possible to create an abstract or a
device link profile from the edits done to your original file, something like
Photoshop does with its color lookup adjustment layer but independently from
Photoshop (any software actually)? I wonder also if we could create a
modified say sRGB profile to apply these edits? Then I assume practically all
image editing software could be used to apply the transformation.
I assume one would need to create some reference file, apply the same edits
to it as on your original and from this edited reference file, extract the
difference and create the profile. Maybe it's more complicated than that but
I'm sure you get the idea.
Any idea if something like this can be easily done using Argyll tools? Any
suggestion on how to proceed, I'm a newbie at this.