I would like to get a better understanding of what a color space is for a final image.
I have a couple of questions -
How can I look at an image file (such as png, or tif) and determine what color space it was saved into?
Once you have a final image, how can you change the color space of the image file.
I use Windows 7 and in the control panel under color management, there are color profiles. What exactly am I looking at and how do I make use of this.
The last question as well as the concept of color spaces are a little confusing to me. My best example is that sometimes I render an image and it looks great on my monitor, but if I save the image and display it on my TV, it can be extremely bad with too many bright areas or dark areas. I thought, that this had to do with the color space being used, but I don’t know how I would make adjustments to this. I can use Gimp or Blender (compositor), but how?
In the end, my preference would be to do all my renders for the computer and monitor and then have simple way, to save the file for the TV.