ICC profile

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ICC profile

(International Color Consortium profile) An ISO-approved color management standard for specifying the attributes of imaging devices such as scanners, digital cameras, monitors and printers so that the color of an image remains true from source to destination. A profile can be embedded within the image itself. For more information, visit the International Color Consortium website at www.color.org. See sRGB.
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GretagMacbeth, Regensdorf, Switzerland, and Creo Inc., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, partnered to provide Creo Leaf customers the ability to customize ICC color profiles for the exact lighting conditions in their own environment and the specific color requirements of their clients.
The software requires no instruments to fine-tune high-quality color results using existing ICC color profiles from monitors and output devices.