caulier.gilles at kdemail.net
Thu Jun 22 09:21:07 CEST 2006
On Wednesday 21 June 2006 22:33, you wrote:
> On Wednesday 21 June 2006 22:18, you wrote:
> > Le Mercredi 21 Juin 2006 22:08, Roy a écrit :
> > > On Monday 19 June 2006 21:46, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> > > > SVN commit 553041 by cgilles:
> > > >
> > > > digikam from trunk : DImg::ImageLoader : If no embedded ICC profile
> > > > is available in RAW, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF, well try to use Exif
> > > > metadata :
> > > >
> > > > - 1/ check "Exif.Image.InterColorProfile" exif tag witch can contains
> > > > an ICC color-space profile. - 2/ if this tags is empty, check
> > > > "Exif.Photo.ColorSpace" witch can indicate if the image have already
> > > > converted in a color space : sRGB or AdobeRGB. In this case, use the
> > > > right ICC color-space profile file available with digiKam.
> > > >
> > > > this way will prevent to re-convert again an image to a color-space
> > > > if there is no ICC embedded profile available.
> > >
> > > After this commit (i think) RAW images in Image Editor are shown too
> > > dark. It seems like the input profile for my EOS 350d is ignored
> > > somehow. If I manually choose my input profile in Image Editor -> Fix
> > > -> Color -> Color Management my test image shows up correctly. (If the
> > > embedded profile (sRGB) is used the image stays dark.)
> > >
> > > When commenting out the call to method checkExifWorkingColorSpace() in
> > > rawloader.cpp everything works as expected/before.
> > >
> > > Thank you very much for this great tool.
> > Witch behaviour are you set in ICC setup ? The ICC color space selection
> > dialog appears when you load a RAW file in editor ?
> My settings are:
> ask when open an ...
> workspace: sRGB
> monitor: sRGB
> input: canon6
> soft proof: -
> After your commit the color space selection dialog does *not* appear -
> probably because the embedded color profile matches the workspace color
> profile (but somehow the input profile is ignored).
> If I comment out the method call of checkExif... the dialog appears saying
> there is no embedded profile, if I want to apply the workspace profile
About settings of ICC color correction during dcraw decoding (look last dcraw
option of IO files setup), i will remove it because it too complex to manage
like this. Only digiKam core must perform icc color corrections.
Also, there is no suitable way to check if dcraw have found an embeded icc
Your viewpoint ?
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