Embedding profiles

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* [[Input_Profiles_and_Working_Spaces|Input Profiles and Working Spaces]] Reserved Article
* [[Input_Profiles_and_Working_Spaces|Input Profiles and Working Spaces]] Reserved Article
* [[Color_Management_Myths_6-10#Myth_.237:_Setup_Photoshop_with_your_monitor_profile_as_the_working_space|CM Myth #7: Setup Photoshop with your monitor profile as the working space]]
* [[Color_Management_Myths_6-10#Myth_.237:_Setup_Photoshop_with_your_monitor_profile_as_the_working_space|CM Myth #7: Setup Photoshop with your monitor profile as the working space]]
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* [https://www2.chromix.com/colorthink/pro/pro_colorcast ColorCast] '''ColorCast''' allows a profile's effect to be embedded into another profile (such as the Adobe RGB working space.) The result is a "normal" RGB device profile that Photoshop can apply to any image, performing the function of the original profile.
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* [https://www.chromix.com/colorthink/pro/pro_colorcast ColorCast] '''ColorCast''' allows a profile's effect to be embedded into another profile (such as the Adobe RGB working space.) The result is a "normal" device profile (RGB or CMYK) that Photoshop can apply to any image, performing the function of the original profile.
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