My DxO PhotoLab has direct RAW to TIFF export for profile creation purpose. Try
to find the same mode in Affinity. Also, some software use LUT tables instead
of device link profiles, LUT table could be a "null" one. I have Briz LUT
Converter to create these tables, even merge several tables. The problem is a
huge set of table format, but Briz do conversion between them. Of course, LUT
can't be assigned to image, but you should investigate export features of
Affinity. By example, 3DS Max, that still doesn't use color management (!), has
specific export settings for image rendering.
Воскресенье, 17 марта 2019, 6:27 +05:00 от Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Greg E wrote:
How do I create a null profile? Hoping there is a quick and easy way to do
this since I'm
not finding any to download.
there's no such thing as a "null" device profile. A device profile
a device (i.e. contains a model of its color response).
You can typically create a "null" color transform with a given CMM
by feeding it the same device profile as source and destination.
If a CMM is coded to recognize this configuration as special, then it will
even work for CMYK profiles, since it will skip the color conversions.
[ You can have a "null" device link profile, but few normal CMMs support
device links. ]