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I'm not using adobe gamma to _create_ a profile, just to apply a profile that I created using other software (EZ or Sequel). It is my understanding that both of those software packages measure the actual state the monitor reaches when using a hardware calibrator (in sequels case, it gives measured values for the state reached). Just to clarify, are you saying that: - These software packages don't create a useful profile - Applying them using Adobe gamma strips the useful info out of the profile. - That Photoshop is not capable of using any monitor profile correctly in the NT environment because the LUT can be accessed. I realize that NT can't make use of ICM and that the video LUT can't be accessed. Thus I can't have system wide calibration (not a big deal to me since my monitor is pretty close). I do want an accurate profile in the Photoshop environment which I believe I am getting by creating a hardware (altered and measured state) profile and "installing" it in PhotoShop by using the Adobe gamma setup (the profile is definitely being applied - there is a noticeable increase in saturation with the hardware profiles vs visual). It would be nice it the RGB setup box in Photoshop had an option to choose the profile directly rather than going through the gamma setup routine. > SGI demonstrated their > WinNT monitor calibrator for to me last week, and it too must rely on > Photoshop. It's called ColorLoK and It scared me!! ;^) What an interesting choice of names - I think I'll wait for NT5/W2000. When my spell checker saw the name, it suggested "colorless" as the correct spelling =) David Burkwall (btw, I'll be off list for a week so I won't be able to respond till then. Look forward to reading the responses though) - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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