[argyllcms] Re: Creating an abstract profile
- From: Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2018 11:03:29 +1000
Yves Gauvreau wrote:
Sounds complicated, since Photoshop can easily create either an abstract or
device link profile like this one Golden_Look.ICC found on Windows, these do
exactly what I want.
I'm unaware that Photoshop has the ability to create ICC profiles.
Perhaps you mean Photoshop can use abstract/device link profiles ?
But I realised that not to many image editing software
can apply device link or abstract profiles.
Can I use collink to combine
these abstract or device link profile with a color space profile say sRGB to
make them more usable?
No, although I guess you might be able to fudge something using
the colprof -p option.
Any suggestion to how to do this properly.
Difficult, since a device profile doesn't define a color transform -
it defines half of a colorspace transform. You would have to define the
pair of device profiles being used, and co-ordinate their effect.
You can of course use an arbitrary chain of ICC profiles
(including abstract and device links) when processing
raster files using cctiff.
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