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Most of the world outside is 'governed' by ICC profiles. Browsers, apps, etc… you get the idea.

Having a path from OCIO directly to ICC, could sidestep having to go through DaVinci Resolve for PR shots coming from an ACES pipeline for example. 

Right now Affinity Photo can't accurately translate an OCIO managed AP0 EXR  to any ICC managed profile. It's either too saturated, has a red tint or has the wrong gamma curves. Since Affinity Photo knows the calculations it is making to display the image, a layer similar to 'soft proof' could go from OCIO to ICC. Personally I'd rather have this as an export setting, but being able to preview what you're exporting is still invaluable.

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