Corel PHOTO-PAINT X5 :: Color Management Settings

Apr 24, 2012


I recently calibrated my monitor with a Spyder 4 Express. I process my RAW images in ACDSee Pro, saving them as tiffs - ProPhoto RGB. Yet when I open the same images in PP, skin tones are quite saturated and I'm wondering why? Prior to calibrating my monitor, everything was normal across all my programs, as it is now in ACDSee Pro.  But not with PP and OnOne.  Something has changed between the programs and I can't see what.  I've attached my current Color Management settings from PP. 

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Corel PHOTO-PAINT X4 :: CMYK Printing - Color Management Setting Ignored

Dec 21, 2011


I have a problem with the color management of my corel Photo Paint X4.I create Flyer in CMYK and the color management is set as you can see in the attachment.On screen all colors are correct, but when i print something the colors look like it ignores the color management settings for the printer.

When i open the same document in my old Photo Paint 10 with the same color management settingsthe printing has the right colors...

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Jan 4, 2012

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Jul 21, 2011

I'm not sure if i can explain this properly, but I'll give it a go;

How can I change the color of a picture (jpg) so that the picture is build up in one color only.

I want the effect as shown the pictures below (assuming that the original sky was blue/white-ish)

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Jun 8, 2011

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May 3, 2012

I have an image with a "rainbow" (a gradient of 7 colors).

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Corel PHOTO-PAINT X5 :: Non Contiguous Color Selection

Oct 17, 2011


I have a grayscale image (pencil sketch with pencil shading) of a glass object in a CorelDraw document. I'm tired of having to go to Photoshop Elements to edit images in CorelDraw docs, so I opened it in Corel PHOTO-PAINT X5 from within CorelDraw to edit. I want to change the image's 'white' (actually slightly gray) background to a color appearing in the CorelDraw document.

I tried using the Magic Wand to select all of the 'white' background, but the popup says the WAND only selects ADJACENT pixels! Isn't there a way to select ALL pixels of a given color like in Photoshop E. (conitguous/non-contiguous)? If there is a simple way (without the Wand) to change the background color of an image (not of a PP doc!!), I would nevertheless also like to know how to select non-contiguous pixels of a particular color with the wand. Also how to invert a selection. Also, how to select a color in CorelDraw to use as a fill color in PhotoPaint (both X5).

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Jan 30, 2012

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Aug 12, 2011

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May 6, 2011

When modifying bitmap all of a sudden my colors in my standard pallet change to just a few colors. When I try to open another pallet (standard RGB or something else) it won't give me back the colors. I have to save my work and start PP again. Then I can go on.

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May 19, 2011

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Aug 14, 2013

I selected interesting areas of raster using color mask so I have about 300 areas masked. I'd like to change their color (from 100% black to 30% black). How can I fill them all together with new color (not painting them one by one)?

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Corel PHOTO-PAINT X6 :: Rotating Single Color Objects?

Nov 27, 2012

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Win 7 Pro 64bit, Intel i5-2500, 8 GB RAM, 128 SSD SAMSUNG + 2TB on hard drives.

corel version:


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Dec 10, 2013

I've got two different color balance problems. The first is where I have two photos that I want to match the lighting in each.

The second is where I have a 'control' and I want another photo or print to 'match' it.

Currently I'm having the second problem. A customer brought in an original painting for us to scan and make holiday cards from. But they also brought in a photo print from a local chain and they have asked me to match the color representation from that print.

It is duller, the blues are purple and it is over all darker. Personally, I think the photo is a horrible representation of the painting. BUT IT IS WHAT THE CUSTOMER WANTS.

I've scanned in both the photo and the original drawing. If I print the photo it matches the color of the scan. (but is the wrong crop size and can't be used for the card.)  How do I draw color out of that and get my original to 'match' other than just using my eyes? (which is about impossible for me today) I normally use 'sample/target balance' in corel PhotoPaint, but you can't do that between two layers OR between two files. This would be a great change to make in x7 or an update.

Current System: i3 3.07ghz, 3gb ram, Windows 7 32 bit with all updates and X6

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May 11, 2011

I am upgrading some macro code (actually VB.Net code in standalone .Net 3.5 Windows Forms application) from Corel Photo Paint XI to Corel PhotoPaint X5.

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May 30, 2012

If I'm using the color mask and  i want to know the luminosity of an image can I use it for Luminosity mask?the reason is PP does not have something as Photoshop.

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Mar 16, 2011

I just tried to restore V10 defaults using F8 but the problem persists:Ventura 10 interface is corrupt and icons in the toolbar are hidden; I can see the desktop through the V10 toolbars. Only when I mouse over them they appear. But not all icons will appear.

If I try to run the color management dialog box I get printer driver errors.Is there a way to restore V10?

In the meantime I'll try to remove/reinstall V10.

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Jul 18, 2009

I'm not sure what to set my color management settings up as!  I've been told a few different things!  I shoot in Adobe RGB, but I've been told to set my working space to SRGB and then to set the color management policies to "Convert to working RGB, CMYK, and Gray."  Then I've also been told to set the working space to Adobe RGB (1998) and then under "coversion options"  change the "intent" to "perceptual."  Regardless of which setting I try to use, the coloring when I view it in Photoshop is much more yellow than when I view it on my monitor.  I have callibrated my monitor, so I'm assuming the problem is within Photoshop.  How do I fix this so that the colors match?

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May 29, 2013

Color Management while Printing has been one of the challenging areas which has been discussed a lot over user forums and has been a painful area in terms of clear understanding while taking print outputs.Here is an easy-to-understand KB (Knowledge Base) article ‘Color management settings for the best print output’ to get the best from your printers using PSE and bridge that knowledge gap.
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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 :: Color Management Settings

Sep 27, 2013


See the red marked area, where it is not accepting to select the rgb or cmyk. Only accepts the Lab only.  It is changing the X5 but not in the X6.

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May 11, 2013

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Apr 23, 2012

In Corel PhotoPaint X5, changing the fill color was possible by e.g. double clicking the (left-most) color square, then hitting Edit. Already, I found this was a bit too many clicks. Now in Corel PhotoPaint X6 it's gotten worse -- after hitting Edit, I'm not in the left-most tab "Models", but in the right tab "Palettes"!

My question: Is there any way I can open the Uniform Fill dialog with one click? (The Color Docker doesn't have a big color preview field so it doesn't work well for me when selecting and changing a color.) And is there any chance Corel will fix the bug with the wrong tab being opened?

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May 11, 2013

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Sep 30, 2011

I want to know how to resize a photo without loosing quality....... in the image resize box the is a check box that says maintain file size ......what does that do .

I have tried to resize using it and the file stays the same as the original.

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Feb 1, 2012

I am trying to change the background of a photo. Not just change the color but change the color AND make it keep it's original shading, etc. I have some family photos we had made recently and they used a beige color draping for the background. The ones we had made before had a black draping. I was wondering how I could go about using some sort of additive coloring to transform the varying shades of beige to the same varying shades of black.

I have already used the masking tool to separate the background from the rest of the photo.

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Sep 27, 2011

I want to create bulging eyes in a photo that i have. I would do this in photo paint?

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May 6, 2012

In a photo, I cut out an elliptical or round face.I saved the cutt image as .; "New from clipboard" No problem, the background is now transparent.

But now I want to make the edges of the oval or round image transparent.(then I want to put the result image on another image)

How can I make the edges transparent with Corel Photo Paint (or Corel Draw)?

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Paint Shop Pro :: End To End Color Management

Dec 24, 2013

I understand many of the aspects of color management: gamut, color space, profiles, calibration, and most of the accompanying pieces. The problem is that I don't understand the inter-relationships of the various steps between taking a photo and printing it.

My equipment is not wonderful. If I were serious, I would have spent 10x what I did; but I'm not a pro. I'll settle for the best I can squeeze out of it. My goal, at this point, is to get my prints to look like what's on the screen.

For software I am using PSP X6 and Windows 8.1.

The photos I get come from various sources. As I understand it, those images (primarily JPEG if they come from a camera, presumably RAW if I scan directly into PSP) should have the profile of the capturing device embedded in them. Is that correct?

In the past I've been told that I should always use the color management in my editing application, rather than whatever Windows makes available. Is that still true? So far as I can tell, there is no way to turn off Windows Color Management (WCS).

You can turn off color management in PSP. There is a checkbox for it.I've been reading that I should set my PSP color working space to sRGB. Is that turned on and off by the color management checkbox? Assuming I have a profile for my capture device (camera or scanner), should I use that profile instead?

I have factory supplied profiles for both my monitor and my printer. Supposedly the printer will automatically select one of its various profiles based upon the paper I use, but that's a setting in WCS. (I can force a particular profile if I want.) In PSP's color management, I have to pick the profile manually.

Should I turn off color management in PSP, and set everything up in WCS? WCS has a setting for viewing conditions. The default is "WCS profile for sRGB viewing conditions", the alternative is "WCS profile for ICC viewing conditions". Does that mean that I could (or should) get an ICC profile based upon my work area's lighting, etc.

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