How To Change The Default Rendering Intent

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To change the default rendering intent

Click to open Color Management.

Click the Advanced tab.

In the ICC Rendering intent to WCS Gamut Mapping area, change one or more of the settings.

Display calibration
Display calibration is part of color management and helps to make sure that colors appear accurately on your display by adjusting it to a known state. You can use Display Color Calibration in Windows to go through a series of steps to create a calibration for your display and improve how colors are displayed on it. For more information about calibrating your display using Display Color Calibration, see Calibrate your display.

If you already have display calibration software from another software provider installed on your computer, you can use that software to calibrate your display instead. Many times, a display calibration device is packaged with calibration software. Using the calibration device with the accompanying calibration software that often comes with it can help you get the best color on your display. In general, using a color measurement instrument to calibrate your display will result in a better calibration compared to the results of doing a visual calibration.

After calibrating your display, a new calibrated color profile is created and associated with your display. The calibration information needs to be loaded from the color profile into the display system. The calibration can be loaded by Windows or by calibration software from a third-party software provider (if it’s installed on your computer).

If you’re using third-party display calibration software, especially software that uses a color measurement instrument, you should use the display calibration loader that’s often installed with the third-party calibration software. That software might automatically disable the display calibration loader in Windows 7, so the third-party software will be used to load the calibration instead. However, you can manually enable or disable the display calibration loader in Windows. If you’re using a third-party display calibration tool, you should ensure that the display calibration loader in Windows is disabled.


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