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    Colour difference

    Here you see a screen dump of cs3/cameraRaw and xnview, My problem is that the colours in xnview look kinda flat and look better in cs3, is there something that i have to do in xnview to make the colours look like cs3.
    Any serious help is much appreciated.


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    XnView is not color managed - it doesn't know the image uses the AdobeRGB color space. You can make it look similar if you convert the image in sRGB or use color managed software. I take it you have profiled your screen and use the resulting ICM systemwide?
    Last edited by jev; 29-03-2009 at 9:42am.
    Ciao, Joost

    All feedback is highly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jev View Post
    I take it you have profiled your screen and use the resulting ICM systemwide?
    I think i have, Pretty sure i have, You're up late btw.

    Happy to change my viewer if there is a better one out there....xnview is just an easy lil program.

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    "A better one" I don't know, but the FastStone Image Viewer fully supports color management.

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    that's what i'm after, thanks for that mate

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