CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

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CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

Postby NNN636899100229277418 » Tue Sep 10, 2019 4:39 pm

Hello all,

After exporting my images to jpeg with sRGB profile, I open them in Faststone and they look much more saturated there.
But when I import them back into CO, they look fine. So there is a difference in how both programs view the jpeg's.
Any thoughts what's going on and how to solve it.... now don't know what to trust.

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Re: CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

Postby Ian3 » Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:45 pm

Possibly you need to enable colour management in afaststone.

https://ccm.net/faq/20748-faststone-image-viewer-enable-the-color-management-system

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Re: CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

Postby NN383 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:12 pm

My expierence is (Adobe RGB) that you must not use the color magagement in Faststone Image Viewer.

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Re: CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

Postby NNN636899100229277418 » Sat Sep 14, 2019 8:59 am

Thanks guys for answering :-)
Even after enabling CMS still not ok, actually no visible difference at all.
At left is the image from CO... at right FastStone.
Looks fine when i open it directly in chrome.

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Re: CaptureOne and Faststone imageviewer

Postby terrylw64 » Fri Sep 27, 2019 10:25 am

I had similar issues. Especially when working in ProPhoto RGB or AdobeRGB, the exporting into SRGB for viewing. I'm thinking, that if working in a high gamut and trying to compress it in to a smaller gamut, you are going to have these issues.

I'm still trying to figure out soft proofing. So I can work in AdobeRGB, flip a switch and see what will look like in a different gamut before actually exporting.
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