Hello, Alexander! You're wrote: > colprof -v -qh -ax -A Sony -M GDM-F520 -C "(c) 2009" -D "12-20-2009" > -S "sRGB.icm" "12-20-2009" The -ax key means that a LUT-in-XYZ-space profile will be built. > When I create an ICC profile with the above command line in either > Argyll 1.0.3, 1.0.4, 1.1.0 Beta, 1.1.0 RC1, or 1.1.0 RC2, Windows XP > says the profile is invalid when I try to install it. It's possible that the Windows didn't know XYZ-LUT profiles at all. It only accepts the matrix and Lab-LUT profiles. IMHO. > I need to create an XYZ profile instead of a LAB profile so it can be > used in Firefox 3.5 (since it doesn't support LAB). Firefox, like > Windows, also thinks the profile is invalid when I point to it > directly. Just try -g or -s keys for colprof. The profile will be shaper&matrix in the case and FireFox will handle such profiles well. > Am I doing something wrong? Is this just a limitation of Argyll? Is it > a longstanding unfixed bug? I think there no problems in Argyll. > When I compare the ICC tags in an XYZ LUT profile created by Argyll to > a XYZ LUT profile created by Profile Maker 5, it appears the Argryll > profile is missing the rXYZ, bXYZ, gXYZ, rTRC, bTRC, and gTRC tags. It looks like the Profile Maker do the matrix&shaper profile. Not a LUT-profile. > Could these missing tags be the reason why both Windows and Firefox > rejects the profile? Is something else wrong? The type of profile You try to build is not an appropriate for the case. Try to built a simple matrix profile. Best regards, Nikolay.