Device Colour Management

Kai-Uwe Behrmann
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Devices seldom agree about colours by default. RGB (Red/Green/Blue) colour spaces in digital or analog cameras are different from laptop and desktop monitors and those are different from inkjet printers, even if they do not only support a CMYK (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Key-Black) colour space. The talk gives an overview of how these diverging colours can be brought together by the configurable Oyranos Colour Management System on a system level. It will further discuss what is required by applications to make use of the provided ICC profile information.

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