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    Default WCS profile for ICC viewing conditions vs. sRGB?

    I'm on Win7 in the Color Management window. Under the "windows color system defaults" section there are options to adjust the Device Profile and the Viewing conditions profile. When role do these play and what should I have these set at?

    I have my Device profile at sRGB and my Viewing conditions profile at System default (WCS profile for sRGB viewing conditions) but I'm not sure if I should change either of those for my color calibrated monitor.


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    Default Re: WCS profile for ICC viewing conditions vs. sRGB?

    Leave those all at default. If you're using a proper calibration/profiling software then it will do all of the conversions for you when its LUT loader loads at startup.

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