Color- and Saturationshift in ProShow Producer

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Color- and Saturationshift in ProShow Producer

Postby Winclimber » Fri Dec 22, 2017 11:17 am

Hello,

i make a new show with ProShow Producer 9.0.3782.
Problem: All images get a colorshift and become much more saturated than they are originally (see image). This can already be seen in the preview window, and also when the show is created as exe.file.
All images are in 24bit sRGB. I have not changed any settings in the adjustment or effects windows. I processed them in Adobe Lightroom and/ or Photoshop.

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What can I do that the pictured remain with their original colours?

Thanks for help
Wolfgang

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Re: Color- and Saturationshift in ProShow Producer

Postby im42n8 » Sat Dec 23, 2017 2:29 pm

If you're getting a color shift, are you sure you're using RGB and not CMYK or some other color space before you export?

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Re: Color- and Saturationshift in ProShow Producer

Postby Winclimber » Sat Dec 23, 2017 3:26 pm

im42n8 wrote:If you're getting a color shift, are you sure you're using RGB and not CMYK or some other color space before you export?

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I export using RGB space sRGB, i'm sure.

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Re: Color- and Saturationshift in ProShow Producer

Postby trshaner » Wed Feb 28, 2018 2:43 pm

Are you using a wide gamut monitor. If so the system monitor profile may not be compatible with ProShow.

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