sRGB Appearance profileAn sRGB Appearance profile has been developed, and has been tested internally and externally.
This profile is a v4 replacement for commonly used sRGB v2 profiles. It gives better results in workflows that implement the ICC v4 specification, and is intended to be used in combination with other ICC v4 profiles.
The ICC specification allows there to be more than one Perceptual Rendering from a given source colour space. For sRGB, ICC provides the Preference and Appearance profiles, both of which provide standard color transforms from sRGB to the perceptual reference medium gamut (PRMG). These two color profiles can be thought of as re-targeting and re-purposing as described in ICC White Paper 02. The difference between these two profiles is in the Perceptual Rendering; other Rendering Intents are the same. A full description and intended use for the sRGB v4 ICC preference profile is described in ICC White Paper 26.
The features of the Appearance Profile are that it:
For more information on the ICC sRGB Appearance Profile, please see ICC White Paper 42.
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[Updated 7 June 2016. B2A0 table updated for better handle colours outside of PRM Gamut; A2B1 and B2A1 tables updated to conform to IEC 61966-1 (sRGB) 2014 corrigendum.]