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Corel and Photoshop, Same CMYK produces different RGB, why?

Posted on 2008-10-01
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In CorelDraw:

C:35
M:2
Y:93
K:0

is

R:178
G:206
B:69

In Photoshop:

C:35
M:2
Y:93
K:0

is

R:178
G:206
B:67

why this happen?
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Question by:comercialcontact
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by:Jason210
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Probably because the conversion from RGB to CMYK is handled differently...
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by:Jason210
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And vice versa of course...
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cataleptic_state earned 500 total points
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Adobe use their own RGB colour profile. Adobe RGB 1998.

When you are exporting/converting try to change the profile you use. Or open a new document in PS and make sure its set to sRGB IEC something.
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