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ChristianGad  
#1 Posted : Sunday, July 03, 2005 6:50:00 PM(UTC)
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Is it possible to extract the embedded icc profil and save it on the disk.
Fedor  
#2 Posted : Monday, July 04, 2005 2:26:00 AM(UTC)
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Hello, Sure, for example please read following topic: Loading and Saving Files with ICC Profiles Here is the slightly modified code sample from that topic:
Code:
Dim bitmap As New Aurigma.GraphicsMill.Bitmap
'Enable color management
bitmap.ColorManagement.ColorManagementEnabled = True

'Load CMYK image with embedded ICC profile from file
bitmap.Load("C:\Horses.jpg")

'bitmap.ColorProfile.FileName contains the path of the temporary file with ICC profile
'Just copy it to permanent place
System.IO.File.Copy(bitmap.ColorProfile.FileName, "c:\ExtractedProfile.ICC")
Code:
Aurigma.GraphicsMill.Bitmap bitmap = 
    new Aurigma.GraphicsMill.Bitmap();
//Enable color management
bitmap.ColorManagement.ColorManagementEnabled = true;

//Load CMYK image with embedded ICC profile from file
bitmap.Load(@"C:\Horses.jpg");

//bitmap.ColorProfile.FileName contains the path of the temporary file with ICC profile
//Just copy it to permanent place
System.IO.File.Copy(bitmap.ColorProfile.FileName, @"c:\ExtractedProfile.ICC");

Edited by user Wednesday, October 29, 2008 12:48:20 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Best regards, Fedor Skvortsov
Dmitry  
#3 Posted : Monday, July 04, 2005 1:20:00 PM(UTC)
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By the way the upcoming version of Graphics Mill for .NET will include the feature to extract color profiles without reading bitmaps into memory.
Sincerely yours, Dmitry Sevostyanov UserPostedImage Follow Aurigma on Twitter!
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