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In a message dated 2/25/00 12:24:42 AM, email@example.com writes: >I just did a Profile to Profile conversion, from RGB to ColorMatchRGB to >test Jon Cone's >assertion the latter was more closely aligned with the CMYK printing gamut. > Then, to check, >I took the converted image and repeated the process. Lo and behold, Photoshop >asked me >if I wanted to convert from RGB when the image had already converted to >ColorMatchRGB. > >Sooooo, is there a way to determine the current profile attached to an >image? Yes, there are a numbero fo utilities that will tell you the profile attached to an image, you may have an AppleScript to do this in Apple Extras>ColorSync Extras>AppleScript Files already... Your description is incomplete, as you don't state the other RGB space involved. You need to watch out for issues such as what space you are in when doing conversions (forget profile to profile and change RGB space then reopen the saved file, being sure profile tagging is turned on) and whether the origi nal file was ever gamut limited before, or is low gamut in nature. If its a clipped or low gamut file, you'll see no difference in moving to a larger space. C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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