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Hi,

I've calibrated my scanner using the X-Rite i1 Studio and that resulted in a ICC profile. The profile is saved in the same place as my printer and display profiles (C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color) but when I choose Document->Assign ICC profile in Affinity Photo 1.6.5.123 my printer and display profiles are there but not my scanner profile. When I do the same in Photoshop CC 2018 I get a very long list of profiles including my scanner profile, why?

Best regards

Nicke

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Hi @Niclas Hallgren ,

Welcome to the forums. 

Is that a CMYK or RGB profile? I'm asking because they would only show up in the correct colour space - CMYK profiles on CMYK documents, and RGB profiles in RGB documents. 

Your document is RGB by the looks of it. 

Thanks,

Gabe. 

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I notice that Nicke's scanner profile is a .icm file rather than .icc, and I recall other posts about the Affinity programs on Windows sometimes (always?) only seeing .icc profiles. Perhaps it's related to that?


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28 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

I notice that Nicke's scanner profile is a .icm file rather than .icc, and I recall other posts about the Affinity programs on Windows sometimes (always?) only seeing .icc profiles. Perhaps it's related to that?

That's exactly what I thought. But you can see that the 2 other icm profiles show up correctly. Weird. 

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Thank you. It seems to be invalid.

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The PCS for RGB should be XYZ and not LAB. LAB is used for CMYK. Also, you're missing the CMM type which is necessary for a valid ICC. I'm not sure how you made it to work in PS, but I get an error message: 

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You would have to re-build your ICC profile and try again. 

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