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  1. Hello Affinity family. This is from the help menu. "By default, exported files are unprofiled, i.e. a colour profile is not embedded within them." Does this mean when I export an image file from AP, the .icc profile is not included? Help says this file is not included for use in WEB. I don't export to web. I export for further imaging corrections, and finally to print. What are the steps to do what the below sentence requests? Possibly, this is the reason I see inaccurate image presentations when viewing the same image file in AP and PS CS5. With Export Persona active, choose your Preset in the Export Options panel. (Optional) Select a different ICC profile from the pop-up menu. Otherwise, the document's colour profile will be embedded. 3. Check Embed ICC profile. To embed a colour profile on file export: With Export Persona active, choose your Preset in the Export Options panel. (Optional) Select a different ICC profile from the pop-up menu. Otherwise, the document's colour profile will be embedded. Check Embed ICC profile. You can also embed an ICC profile via File>Export (click More> in the dialog). By default, exported files are unprofiled, i.e. a colour profile is not embedded within them. This maintains a low file size optimized for web use. On opening the file, your working colour profile will be assigned to the file.
  2. mystrawberrymonkey Please Help I am soooo frustrated with this 'soft proofing' and NO ONE helping! Sure, I have used soft proofing. Have you, Big_Stan, attempted to have the exported image match what comes out as the .tiff and then open it in Photoshop? There is no match! Just does not happen! I just cannot send to the Epson Pro 9900 printer the image in the tiff image file in PS CS5. It does not match the original image file. Even if my custom printer profile is applied, there is no match. Further more, sending the image through LR 6.4, or Printao 8, is useless. In my workflow I used to use, the image in LR 6.4, edited for size, in PS CS5 is a perfect match (if any match is perfect). My goal is to have AP become use staple in my workflow. In previous posts I asked if what I was doing was correct. I attached screen shots. I have tried different combinations of settings available. I still cannot get the digital image file to match the original I have studied this effort with the X-Rite 24 patch target. What more can I write? Alan, please help! Alan, your video lessons are have the right tempo for me! Kind Regards, David
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