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JPEGICC(1)									       JPEGICC(1)

       jpegicc - little cms ICC profile applier for JPEG.

       jpegicc [options] input.jpg output.jpg

       lcms  is  a standalone CMM engine, which deals with the color management.  It implements a
       fast transformation between ICC profiles.  jpegicc is little cms ICC profile  applier  for

       -b     Black point compensation.

       -c <0,1,2,3>
	      Precalculates transform. (0=Off, 1=Normal, 2=Hi-res, 3=LoRes) [defaults to 1]

       -g     Marks out-of-gamut colors on softproof.

       -h <0,1,2>
	      Show summary of options and examples.

       -i profile
	      Input profile (defaults to sRGB).

       -m <0,1,2,3>
	      SoftProof intent.

       -n     Ignore embedded profile.

       -p profile
	      Soft proof profile

       -o profile
	      Output profile (defaults to sRGB).

       -q <0..100>
	      Output JPEG quality.

       -t <0,1,2,3>
	      Intent (0=Perceptual, 1=Colorimetric, 2=Saturation, 3=Absolute).

       -v     Verbose.

       To color correct from scanner to sRGB:
	    jpegicc -iscanner.icm in.jpg out.jpg

       To convert from monitor1 to monitor2:
	    jpegicc -imon1.icm -omon2.icm in.jpg out.jpg

       To make a CMYK separation:
	    jpegicc -oprinter.icm inrgb.jpg outcmyk.jpg

       To recover sRGB from a CMYK separation:
	    jpegicc -iprinter.icm incmyk.jpg outrgb.jpg

       To convert from CIELab ITU/Fax JPEG to sRGB
	    jpegicc -iitufax.icm in.jpg out.jpg

       For suggestions, comments, bug reports etc. send mail to info@littlecms.com.

       tifficc(1), icc2ps(1), icclink(1), icctrans(1), wtpt(1)

       This manual page was written by Shiju p. Nair <shiju.p@gmail.com>, for the Debian project.

					September 30, 2004			       JPEGICC(1)
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