try making a script that deletes the icc-profile parasite on the
image, using gimp-image-parasite-detach.

On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 5:23 PM, Daniel James <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I thought it was impossible (after a few hours of searching) to save a
> jpeg without a color profile from within gimp - I have been informed
> however that it is possible - I just wasn't given any details ;)
>
> My problem is that when I save a jpeg from gimp, it saves the sRGB color
> profile into the jpeg. This really sucks for web work as color managed
> browsers (particularly safari) will adjust the colors in jpeg images,
> but will not usually adjust solid colors on the web site. This means
> that background jpeg images are completely useless if they have color
> profiles.
>
> (Firefox 3 actually adjusts all the colors in a page according to the
> color profile that has been selected from firefox - so if the color
> profile in the jpeg is sRGB then the page will render neatly).
>
> Does anyone know how to remove the color profile information from jpegs
> when saving with the gimp? My current workaround is to save as a png
> from gimp and use netpbm to convert it to jpeg. This is the information
> I was given regarding saving jpegs from gimp:
>
> "Just unset the color profile on the image before you save as JPEG.
>
> Problem with that is - there doesn't seem to be any way to delete the
> profile. I can select a different profile, but this will screw the
> images up just the same..
>
> Thanks to anyone who has an idea on how to get around this!
>
> Daniel
>
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