Colors On Export


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Post Sat Feb 02, 2019 7:42 pm

Colors On Export

Has anyone else noticed when exporting that the colors become somewhat muted? It's mainly noticeable with very strong saturated hues. I tried to take a screenshot to show the difference, but even the screenshot has the same issue. Is there a way of avoiding this color muting?
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Post Sat Feb 02, 2019 8:34 pm

Re: Colors On Export

Depends on what you view it with or import it to. Verve doesn't force a color profile onto the 16bit pngs, but things like Photoshop apply their profile or your chosen profile onto them. I'm not sure exactly what's the straight forward profile, but rest assured, all the colors are pure and proper. It's likely just a gamma setting.
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Post Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:44 pm

Re: Colors On Export

I have also a qestion about colors, which profile is the best workflow? I use "ADOBE RGB (1998)" ind PS and in combination with Verve works nice, but in "Windows 7" - I used SRGB without problems, but in Windwos 10 it looks totaly different, I use since yesterday windows 10 :roll:

I tried also "eciRGB V2" - thats not good between photoshop & verve.
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Post Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:06 pm

Re: Colors On Export

You should check, if win10 has some sort of color calibration going on, which you can adjust properly. Again, Verve literally gives out straight color values such that 0.5 on red, for example, gives you 0.5 on red. If your display in any other software skews that value, it's completely out of my hands. :shrug: ...sadly! Hopefully some other win10 user has a tip for you there? :ugeek:
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