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Color Management Windows 11

Explorer ,
Oct 06, 2023 Oct 06, 2023

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I am looking to upgrade my OS from Windows 10 to 11 and noticed there are some new features regarding color management. Specifically the new "Auto Color Management" ACM system. Does this system conflict at all with the Adobe color management system? Are there any settings or parameters that I need to be aware of/disable for a proper color-managed workflow? 

 

I use a wide gamut hardware calibrated display (in native gamut).

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Jan 04, 2024 Jan 04, 2024

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Hi D Fosse,

Thanks for your reply, really informative. ACM is actually supposed to provide consistency in color across all apps and you should be able to turn it off for specific color-managed softwares. But reading some reports over the web, it seems this option is gone, and only Windows Photo is color managed.

This is an inevitable feature, more and more DCI-P3 monitors will be available for Windows users, because with Apple computers this is already present and even applications like Instagram already support reading P3 color profiles.

So the only way is to wait.

 

Cheers!

 

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