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Boris-- Assuming that you created your Fractal Design PAINTER-generated images on a Macintosh and were NOT using color management at the time you saved time, and were NOT using a Radius ColorMatch monitor, I would suggest that opening them in Photoshop with "Apple RBG" as the assumed profile would be a good bet. As for your PhotoCD images, I don't know what to suggest. --Bill >I live in a Mac world. Besides the scanner (for prints and slides) the >majority of input comes from Kodak Photo CD's, where most of my slides >are stored. >Now here are 2 new q's (unrelated to the above problem): >a. if PS5 opens a PhotoCD image, what format it it seeing? That format >should be in the 'anticipated" profiles?, n'est ce pas? >b. same question: if I open a Fractal Design PAINTER-generated (RIFF) picture? > >Boris >firstname.lastname@example.org ============================================================ Bill Fernandez User Interface Architect Bill Fernandez Design PHONE (505) 346-3080 FAX (505) 346-3090 EMAIL email@example.com WEB http://www.billfernandez.com ============================================================ - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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