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Re: filmscanners: Does CMM work on Win2000?



Sorry - you are correct that the "Display" setting page sets the monitor
profile, which is the filter for how the monitor displays the colors it can
and does display.  I just tested my display by changing the color space to
Bruce RGB and there was no change.

But getting back to your original question, Photoshop displays color in
accordance with your instructions to it - you had instructed it to display
the colors as ProPhoto saw them and that is how they appeared.  When you
viewed the image as wallpaper, Windows saw and displayed the colors as sRGB
saw them.  Windows does not read the embedded profile.

One way to do it - open the image in Photoshop and then "Save to Web" - see
if you like it.  If not, convert the image to the sRGB space in Photoshop
and adjust it to you liking, then save it as wallpaper and for AcdSee.

Maris

----- Original Message -----
From: "Al Bond" <al@greenspace.freeserve.co.uk>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 3:57 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Does CMM work on Win2000?


| Maris wrote:
|
| > Windows interprets your embedded profile as an sRGB image and adjusts
the
| > colors accordingly.
| >
| > You will have to change your Windows "Display" setting (in Win98SE it's
| > "Control Panel-Display-Settings-Advanced-Color Management") if you want
to
| > modify this.
|
| Now I'm confused - I thought that this page sets the monitor profile
rather than default
| system colour space?
|
|
| Al Bond
|




 




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