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ICC

abbreviation for INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.
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When a new design goes to press, FFP selects the right ICC profile and, once the repro partner supplies the repro files, FFP print a colour matched proof through their own colour matched proofing system to supply to the customer.
The test form contained different printing elements: standard CMYK step wedge in the range from 10-100% tone value, standard ISO illustration for the visual control, textual positive and negative microelements, wedges for determination the greyness and the standard wedge with 378 patches for production of ICC profiles and 3D gamut.
From an end-user's point of view, ICC profiles are used in pairs; that is, there is a source and a destination profile.
An ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device, or a color space, according to standards set forth by the International Color Consortium (ICC).
For the purpose of more demonstrative comparison and results evaluation we created ICC profile for our scanner using professional software for creating ICC profile Monaco EZ Color Icc.
DxO Optics Pro 2.0 includes improvements to increase ease of use, workflow, and functionality, such as: full ICC profile management; improved EXIF data handling (for both JPEG and RAW); live histogram, displaying individual color channels and thumbnail view of all images with preflight status indications; and a new preview window to apply various settings to the images to visualize results.
International Color Consortium, ICC Profile Format Specification, Version 3.
With the press of a single button, a scan is made in only a few seconds; and a typical ICC profile target can be scanned and verified in less than 10 minutes.
"Think of the ICC profile as a dictionary to translate between languages.
The ICC profile format is a device color profile format designed by the International Color Consortium that provides color management systems with the necessary information for characterizing color devices.