|12 December 2013||#16|
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Join Date: Aug 2002
Synchronizing your CS apps color profiles won't do much for your photoshop cinema 4d problem. It just means that you won't have to manually switch color profiles between Photoshop and illustrator and go through the warning dialogs every time you open an image.
I can't say though I know what is causing the problem.
I would try playing around with the color conversion options inside the color setting dialog you posted for photoshop.
Try un checking the "use black point compensation" and see if it improves things for this image. Give it a go and see how things look. (It might even look darker)
Also try perceptual conversion instead of relative colorimetric.
I think relative colorimetric and black point compensation in some cases don't play nice so try switching that as well and see if it improves things.
|12 December 2013||#17|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Aside from syncing color profiles ... I see that Stephan also suggested monitor calibration ...
and further suggests it may be a C4D profile saving issue. Not sure if that would help as my
logic concludes that the monitor, calibrated or not, would show images alike in applications.
*Again, without a stripped down file that saves your settings ... I'm at a loss in trying to
troubleshoot this issue.
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