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How does Affinity Designer handle imported Files?


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17 minutes ago, katrinrr said:

I can convert the document itself ...

Yes you can tell the doc (and change) to use a certain color profile ...

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19 minutes ago, katrinrr said:

...but at export as Print-PDF I want the document and all its content to be CONVERTED into a certain profile...

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22 minutes ago, katrinrr said:

What profiles would be the best for my workingspace? LAB? Adobe RGB? eciRGB?

This probably depends on the output media too and if you need to deal with a lot of finer colors (photos/images) only available in a wider color gamut or not. Since the lowest common denominator is still sRGB here for display devices and CMYK for usual printouts.

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