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Color Manager Profile Creation Tool


cd-create-profile [ --verbose ]

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This manual page documents briefly the cd-create-profile command.

cd-create-profile allows an administrator to create ICC profiles on thier system.


This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (’-’). A summary of options is included below.


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--description (optional)

Sets the profile description.

--copyright (optional)

Sets the profile copyright.

--model (optional)

Sets the profile model.

--manufacturer (optional)

Sets the profile manufacturer.


Specifies a comma seporated values file that is used for the named color.

The format of the CSV file must be "Color Name",0-255(red),0-255(green),0-255(blue).


Specifies the output ICC filename.

--nc-prefix (optional)

Specifies the named color palette prefix.

--nc-suffix (optional)

Specifies the named color palette suffix.


This manual page was written by Richard Hughes <richard[:at:]hughsie[:dot:]com>.

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