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    Default Profiles?

    How do I apply a profile to an image? Specifically I want to apply a sRGB profile to an exported TIFF. I can do this in Photoshop, but can this be done in Pro+
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    Don't ask me Gary ;-)
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    Default Re: Profiles?

    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    How do I apply a profile to an image? Specifically I want to apply a sRGB profile to an exported TIFF. I can do this in Photoshop, but can this be done in Pro+
    No, because Xara has no colormanagement and can't profile pictures.
    Only an output to PDF with a profile is aviable.

    Than You can with a PDF-Editor extract the picture with this profile.

    To aply RGB to a tiff You only need to select 24 bit for output and You got a RGB-picture.

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    presumably the xara default is not sRGB but some generic RGB, as it has no colour management outside of the [print oriented] PDF export
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    OK. Got it. That's why I have Photoshop.

    I am preparing some images to be uploaded to Shutterstock and they prefer the images to be sRGB TIFF or JPEG for consistency.
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