With the X-Rite Colorchecker Passport and their accompanying software, it's really simple to generate a DNG profile to get perfectly accurate colors in Lightroom.
I want to know if there's a similarly automated way of perfectly correcting colors—via the X-Rite Colorchecker or any color reference—in Capture One. Here's the workflow I am looking for:
- Set up lighting.
- Take a shot of the color card.
- Do the photo shoot.
- Import photos into Capture One.
- On the shot of the color card, adjust white balance by clicking on a grey square.
- On the same shot of the color card, do some magic to perfectly align colors.
- Apply to these adjustments to all the remaining shots.
It's that magical step six that I'm looking for. I've seen how to do this manually. I'm wondering if there's an automated (fast, repeatable) way of doing this.
(I'm fully aware that Capture One uses ICC profiles only and X-rite instead outputs DNG profiles.)