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The problem you're running into is that there are two standards for CMYK JPEGs: the standard used by Adobe, and the standard used by everybody else. The two standards disagree on whether "100%" on a channel means fully-saturated or fully-unsaturated, with the result that files saved in a program using one standard will appear inverted when opened in a ...


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I am wondering what is your viewing program? The information is giving you is a little strange, becouse YCbCr is a step in compressing jpg files, not a color model, which would be RGB, (and cmyk). For a good conversion yo need a program that handles the cmyk files correctly, this is readint the colour profile embeded with it. If it has one. You can use ...



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