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July 15, 2017

How to set up sRGB

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 6:28 pm
Q: my LCD monitor supports the sRGB function, but why does it still feel very serious in the PhotoShop output? I have opened the sRGB function in the settings menu of the monitor.
A: you should also modify the default ICC color mapping file description of the Windows before you can apply the software settings. ICC file is the key information to describe the gamut display space, and the general professional image processing software can generate a specific ICC file to replace the default ICC file of the operating system. It is recommended that you use the ICC file that comes with the most common Adobe PhotoShop. First, go to the display property settings in the Windows system, and then select “advanced” to “color management” in turn, and modify the color mapping file. At this point, click the Add button, and then select the Adobe RGB1998 ICC configuration file in the dialog box that then jumps out of it. However, performing this step only opens the specified ICC option and, if practical, must be further set up in the image processing software. After entering the PhotoShop, select the edit “color” settings in the menu, and then set the workspace RGB to “Adobe RGB” (1998). The CMYK value also needs to be reset. When you click the drop-down menu, select “load CMYK” and select “Photoshop5DefaultCMYK” in the pop-up window”. As for the “gray” and “spot color” options, you can leave the default values. Finally, in the color management scheme, RGB, CMYK, and gray are specified as “conversion to processing”, so that sRGB can really work.

Q: my LCD monitor supports the sRGB function, but why does it still feel very serious in the PhotoShop output? I have opened the sRGB function in the settings menu of the monitor.

A: you should also modify the default ICC color mapping file description of the Windows before you can apply the software settings. ICC file is the key information to describe the gamut display space, and the general professional image processing software can generate a specific ICC file to replace the default ICC file of the operating system. It is recommended that you use the ICC file that comes with the most common Adobe PhotoShop. First, go to the display property settings in the Windows system, and then select “advanced” to “color management” in turn, and modify the color mapping file. At this point, click the Add button, and then select the Adobe RGB1998 ICC configuration file in the dialog box that then jumps out of it. However, performing this step only opens the specified ICC option and, if practical, must be further set up in the image processing software. After entering the PhotoShop, select the edit “color” settings in the menu, and then set the workspace RGB to “Adobe RGB” (1998). The CMYK value also needs to be reset. When you click the drop-down menu, select “load CMYK” and select “Photoshop5DefaultCMYK” in the pop-up window”. As for the “gray” and “spot color” options, you can leave the default values. Finally, in the color management scheme, RGB, CMYK, and gray are specified as “conversion to processing”, so that sRGB can really work.

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