I tried this with sRGB and Adobe versions of an image and the results seemed to be visibly different. Is this to be exoected?
Welcome to the forum, @McclellanScott
Yes, this is expected.
Whether a JPEG with sRGB or Adobe RGB will look different on screen depends on many things.
- colours present in the image (e.g. high saturation of colours vs. bland appearance)
- colour management of the computer (e.g. sometimes, CM needs to be turned on in the OS)
- ability of the screen to display sRGB or Adobe RGB colours (e.g. percentage of coverage)
- screen calibration (e.g. out of the box monitor vs. carefully calibrated)
- software used (I assume that we’re talking DxO FilmPack version 7 here)
- ability of the software to manage colour (e.g. can it do CM and what is the working colour space)
- settings of the software (e.g. does it apply a default preset)
…but again, differences can be expected.
It sounds like you might be new to the concept of colour management, in which case I suggest you read these tutorials:
you can also take a look at EIZO Library - Color Management | EIZO (eizoglobal.com) or starting here Color Management for Creators - Web Browser Edition | EIZO (eizoglobal.com)