How to make a photo viewer, windows color profile of the monitor?

Yandex and Google said that the users is not curable, and is easier to use a normal staring contest pictures.

But seeing his carries, even on color profiles not much different from a pacifier, I can't shake the feeling that this is not a bug, but a feature... (if it is able to understand embedded color profiles in pictures, just makes it a once through...)


In General, who are in the subject please enlighten me?


PS. There are monitor profiles from the manufacturer, there is a calibrator from X-Rite creating profiles, on-screen proofing in photoshop correspond to what is printed, and only a photo viewer, windows shows all is not well.
October 8th 19 at 00:40
3 answers
October 8th 19 at 00:42
I think the color profile you can load to monitor in principle, and all that he represents, isn't it?
In Windows this profile only affects those programs that know what to do with it. - Daisha_Klocko3 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:45
The monitor profile affects everything!
"Understanding the program" understands the embedded profiles of your scanner or camera and trying to display them literally. - erin_Watsica72 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:48
But that's not the problem. Normal jpg in the default sRGB, perfectly displayed any smotrelki and browsers, with adjustments for the monitor profile, everything is fine. But the standard viewer appears with all the colours of the floor. - erin_Watsica72 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:51
October 8th 19 at 00:44
Answer the essay question. If that, excuse for banality.
The profiles are of several types. Your question relate to at least two of the monitor and output device. Photoshop is able to use both. And I still think the problem is in the profile of the output device.

The monitor profile can stick in the system — write to the XP Screen -> tab Options -> button Advanced -> tab color Management.
There it is possible to push the profile.

Free viewer that supports profiles, rather it is called support color management (color management) — FastSrone.
Thanks, but it's all really banal, the question was not about that.
However, even it became interesting, in XP indusny viewer is also buggy?
7 the monitor profile applies to all and only the viewer seems strongly reduced scale. - Daisha_Klocko3 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:47
Viewer checked — kind of buggy. I, frankly, also more and more interesting. And can lay out one image on which buggy I'll try too?
I still (photographers, tsvetokorrektsii) don't use Windows viewer, only for tambalou. Part of the people uses bridge, part of AcdSee and faststone.
For the first comment, sorry — I should have known that the man who knows about xrite should know about cms in Windows;-) - erin_Watsica72 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:50
Yes, I also had somehow not even noticed, for it is not used the viewer, and thumbnaili displayed without errors, I thought it would be a school.

The joint is lost, if the monitor profile is to carry or deliver sRGB as advised below :-)
But linear or not significantly different from that thereof, it turns out a jamb. - erin_Watsica72 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:53
October 8th 19 at 00:46
The first workaround is by removing any existing ICC or WCS color profiles that are been associated with all display devices or monitors. Else, you can also try to change the default color profile for your system's monitor to sRGB IEC61966-2.1, simply by clicking on Add, and then select sRGB IEC61966-2.1 from the list of profiles installed on system. After adding, click Set as Default Profile button. Exit from all dialogs and reboot your computer, and the color problem on Windows Photo Gallery is fixed.

source www.mydigitallife.info/windows-vista-photo-gallery-yellow-tint-background-problem/

Helped me.
This is not a solution, and avoiding the use of a color profile of the monitor :-) - Daisha_Klocko3 commented on October 8th 19 at 00:49

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