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accepted Does embedding an ICC profile into an image actually embed the entirety of that profile into an image?
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comment Does embedding an ICC profile into an image actually embed the entirety of that profile into an image?
That's very good to know, I'll check that out when I'm back in the office, see if that's the case with all the ones I was testing with (ProPhoto, Adobe RGB, Nikon RGB, iPhoto's weird little CameraRGB).
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comment Does embedding an ICC profile into an image actually embed the entirety of that profile into an image?
Thanks for the answer. I did some more experimentation using Photoshop and a different image processor, and monitored Windows to see what files both of them were using when they opened an image with embedded color profiles. They definitely weren't hitting the disk to get color profiles from the system, but had correct color management for the images (as compared to the non-managed version of the image). I still can't draw conclusions to say if the images themselves have embedded profiles or are merely tagged and everything else is smart. I'll try with obscure profiles/non-existent tag names.
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