Comments below based on Windows 10 installation.
It is great that you have added a wider gamut color space!
Question: Why did DXO use: ROM RGB: ISO 22028-2:2013 rather than ProPhotoRGB?
I use ProPhotoRGB in Photoshop in order to maintain maximum color space. Your choice of color space is slightly less in size and also creates ANOTHER color space in my workflow.
You might review the following comment from someone dealing with the differences.
If DXO does NOT have a strong reason for using this other wide gamut space I would suggest that they consider using ProPhotoRGB.
It is also interesting to note that if you export to disk from PL6 and you choose ProPhotoRGB you do NOT get ProPhotoRGB you get ROM RGB: ISO 22028-2:2013.
ROMM RGB is the ISO standard that corresponds to ProPhoto RGB. You can find that profile here:
DxO’s Wide Gamut looks like it is intended to cover
your second link does not work for me ?
This is because it is a link to a beta test forum.
Looking at this DxO image:
It looks like their wide gamut colour space is not a million miles from Rec. 2020:
ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020, more commonly known by the abbreviations Rec. 2020 or BT.2020, defines various aspects of ultra-high-definition television (UHDTV) with standard dynamic range (SDR) and wide color gamut (WCG), including picture resolutions, frame rates with progressive scan, bit depths, color primaries, RGB and luma-chroma color representations, chroma subsamplings, and an opto-electronic transfer function. The first version of Rec. 2020 was posted on the International Telecommuni Re...
a little bigger
I don’t follow you. What is bigger than what? The arrows on your image point to DxO wide gamut and ProPhoto, i.e. they show that ProPhoto has greater coverage than DxO’s wide gamut but do you mean DxO’s wide gamut is bigger than Pointer’s gamut?
(captured from a video about PL6 by Robin Whalley → starting at 3’22)
and yes, it looks similar to Rec. 2020
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On the topic of color management - and how it applies to RAW processing;
see link here provided by @KeithRJ … Especially, note the flow-chart included therein.
Thanks Wolfgang. It CLEARLY shows the difference in the color space!
It would be nice if DXO included the larger color space!